This week: a new comic book store has opened, Mary Shelley’s original notebooks are being released, a new study found an interesting change in women’s portrayals in novels, a prisoner may have to pay the state for his incarceration after getting a book deal, the PEN/America awards were handed out, a new eBook and Audiobook service has been launched, and the internet laughs at a country’s attempt to limit internet use.. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers, the Amazon Charts, and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.Read More
This week: Prince Charles writes a book on climate changes, President Obama cannot live without books, the National Book Critics Circle announce finalists, is the Alt-Right taking over publishing?, PEN America announces nominees, a library book was extremely overdue in San Francisco, and eBook publishers have reached a new agreement in Canada. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
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This week: iBooks Author is quietly conquering the electronic textbook market, a teacher be may be punished for selling books to students, Canadian publishers are offering e-copies for free with print purchases, EU membership might be ‘crucial’ for UK publishers, the story-sharing site Wattpad is souring with millennial, Turkey has an unexplainable bestseller, and an ancient library has been restored in Morocco. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers, Literally This Week. This episode is sponsored by Interlude to Sentimental Me! the new poetry collection from Michael B. Judkins now available for preorder from aois21 publishing.Read More