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For the Love of Books: How to Give Thanks When You've Burned Out

With Thanksgiving only days away, I’ve been thinking about what I’m most thankful for when it comes to my professional life. I have some awesome coworkers, a list of super talented authors, and I get to work on books every day. 618 more words

Editor

Breaking Big: How to Impress Big Five Publishers - written by Kristen Lamb

Kristen Lamb writes about how to impress the BIG FIVE. Definitely worth reading! Her knowledge of the writing world and impressive blog posts and her willingness to share with us newbies is admirable. 206 more words

With 'Rewayat,' Sharjah Brings Key World Literature into Arabic, Including James Baldwin, Colson Whitehead

At this year’s Sharjah International Book Fair, the Kalimat Group — known for its attractive and charming children’s books — launched a major new imprint, which will bring world literature into Arabic: 365 more words

Publishing Business

The Difference Between an Entrepreneur and a Business Owner

The Difference Between an Entrepreneur and a Business Owner

by Justin Larson, of GreenForestMarketing.com

After several years of working with many business owners and entrepreneurs who are just starting out, I have noticed a few key differences between the two. 573 more words

Phoenix Publishing & Book Promotion

AmazonCrossing Now Accepting Submissions in Arabic

Amazon’s literary translation imprint, the prolific AmazonCrossing has expanded its submissions website to cater for 13 new languages, including Arabic:

It was October 2015 when AmazonCrossing announced a $10 million investment in translating literature into English. 276 more words

Publishing Business

Promote You: Are You an Indie Author?

Promote You: Are You an Indie Author?

Natalie Bright

To better promote yourself, you need a clearer picture of the path you want to pursue. 363 more words

Writing

Important Resources For Authors

Not long ago, the author community lost a precious resource when the Preditors & Editors website went dormant last year.  For those of you not familiar with P&E, it was a site that listed and graded publishers as well as publishing services.  686 more words

Rachel Rueben