By Lani Cree Have you heard about the #bookstagram phenomenon? It turns out there's a whole community out there filled with bibliophiles. By tapping the right hashtags, you can end up in a never-ending, magical land where bookworms post the perfect shots of their favorite stories and latest novel recommendations. One of the best accounts out there is by @mazereader. With a combination of warm, inviting photos and captions with book quotes and brief synopsis; this account has
by Jessa Barnes "If only I did this and that, I bet I'd be earning more off of my book." Authors often say these words—maybe not verbatim—but you get the point. And they would like to have a second chance on their book. A chance to skyrocket sales, reinvent or enhance brand, and turn a good book into a great one that gets the attention it deserves. The good thing is, with the availability of print-on-demand services, re-publishing books is more convenient than ever. Online me
by Millie Harper Self-confessed book addicts Amelia Miller, Lucy Harris, Oliva Roberts, Sarah Carter, and Norah Edwards heads this bright and breezy book blog. This clean, minimalistic blog offers classic literature, poetry, children’s book, self-help, nonfiction, and everything in between along with works of various other genres. Readers can look forward to roughly one to three new reviews per week. If you're anything like us, then your passion for reading and writing doesn'
by Emily Adhav The 2019 New York Rights Fair, the international adult and children's content and licensing marketplace run simultaneously with Book Expo, making the two fairs the biggest and most important U.S. publishing event of the year. Together, these two shows impact every part of the book business, in every corner of the globe. Publishing professionals, rights professionals, booksellers, librarians, film producers, acquisitions editors, and other industry players who