Friday, June 27, 2014

Self-Publishing as a Means to My Own Literary Revolution - and - Does Winning a Literary Award Lead to Negative Reviews?

Today's Feature Story:

Author Tejas Desai expresses his frustration with the classic publishing industry by way of explaining why he opted for self-publishing.

More consolidation has hit the Russian book market as Oleg Novikov, the owner of AST and Eksmo, has agreed to purchase Drofa, a leading education publisher.
More News from PP:

After Kevin Brook's The Bunker Diary won the UK's Carnegie Medal, insiders debated whether it's appropriate to honor such a disturbing book.
From the Archives:

A new study reports that after a book wins an award its social media ratings tend to dip. The Guardian explains why.

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