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Macmillan raising royalties on ebooks . . .

. . . to 25 percent of net. (Link is to a letter on the Macmillan website from CEO John Sargent.) By which we can surmise that there’s some nervousness out there. Maybe writers are getting restless about the size … Continue reading

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Seth Godin outside the publishing box

Lots of different ways to look at this story. Jeffrey Trachtenberg gets it right in the WSJ, IMO, by characterizing what Seth Godin has done as trying “a new business model.” It’s not exactly the same as no longer using … Continue reading

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So I haven’t been blogging about the writing biz lately

Because I’ve been mostly writing — for my job during the day, and on evenings & weekends my personal WIPs. But I have to say I am so grateful to folks like JA Konrath and Dean Wesley Smith, who have … Continue reading

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Books that are really ideas

Via a comment on Ann Althouse’s blog, I skipped over today to this review in the London Times of an essay titled Comment parler des livres que l’on n’a pas lus (“How to discuss books that one hasn’t read”), which … Continue reading

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