Thursday, February 25, 2016

The Roundup with PW

B&N Planning an Amazon-Style Store
In a conference call in December, CEO Ron Boire promised further details of a prototype store. Now more specifics are starting to emerge for a store that bears striking similarities to one just opened by Amazon in November. more »

Lonely Planet Kids Imprint Expands
In 2011, travel publisher Lonely Planet began publishing books for children with its Not for Parents series. The success of that series led the company to establish a children's imprint – Lonely Planet Kids – in 2014. Publisher Tim Cook talks about the imprint's new direction. more »

Neil Gaiman Shares Writing Advice: The author is answering writing questions via Tumblr, including how to deal with criticism.

Blatter Book on Hold: Sepp Blatter's book on FIFA is on hold in order to include a final chapter on his ban from soccer, according to his publisher.

12 Translators on What They Do: Hear from 12 literary translators on the importance of translation and what drew them to their line of work.

Killer's Book Profits Go to Victims: Nearly $14K in profits from murderer Colin Thatcher’s book has been turned over to victims of domestic violence and survivors of homicide.

A 'Doctor Who' Coloring Book: The coloring book trend has reached the Who-niverse with the BBC's new 'Doctor Who Coloring Book.'

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