Morning Coffee

Morning Coffee – 30 June 2016

29 June, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are six stories to read this morning. Book Length, Cliffhangers, and the Economics of Paper Publishing (haikujaguar) Facebook adjusts News Feed to favor friends and family over publishers (The [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 28 June 2016

27 June, 2016 // 1 Comment

Here are five stories to read this morning. I Lost $6,500 on My Last Book Launch: Details, final tally, lessons learned (TheRenegadeWriter) No ‘right to compensation’ for content, as the courts [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 27 June 2016

26 June, 2016 // 3 Comments

Here are six stories to read this morning. The battle to define the future of the book in the digital world (First Monday) Business Musings: The Midlist Rules! (Kristine Kathryn Rusch) Dutch court [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 24 June 2016

23 June, 2016 // 2 Comments

Here are seven stories to read this morning. 11 Reasons To Switch To An E-Reader Even If You're Skeptical (Bustle) 7 Reasons I'll Never Choose An E-Reader Over A Physical Book (Bustle) Authors [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 23 June 2016

22 June, 2016 // 2 Comments

Here are ten stories to read this morning. According to Amazon, which Canadian city loves to read more than any other? (National Post) How should reading be taught in schools? (The Conversation) The [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 21 June 2016

20 June, 2016 // 2 Comments

Here are six stories to read this morning. Are you a ‘reader’ when listening to an audiobook? Yes, of course. (No Shelf Required) Engage your child in reading and track their progress with [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 20 June 2016

19 June, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are eight stories to read this morning. 15 Words For Gossips and Chatterboxes (Mental Floss) 5 Words You Use All the Time That Were Once Totally Unacceptable (TIME) Client vs. Designer: Solving [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 17 June 2016

16 June, 2016 // 1 Comment

Here are five stories to read this morning. Amazon and Affiliate Accounts (The Wayfinder - Hugh C. Howey) Appeals Court Gives Big Loss To Record Labels In Their Quixotic Lawsuit Against Vimeo For [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 16 June 2016

15 June, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are eleven stories to read this morning. #Bookface and #Corpuslibris: Be One With Book Cover (BookRiot) Can ebooks compare to the tactile pleasure of a book and the cozy, welcoming space of a [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 14 June 2016

13 June, 2016 // 3 Comments

Here are seven stories to read this morning. 9 Awesome Websites to Find and Download Chinese E-books (Fluentu) Eight is Not Enough: Second Circuit Adopts Eleven Factor Nominative Fair Use Test [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 13 June 2016

12 June, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are six stories to read this morning. BookLife Prize in Fiction (Writer Beware) Grammatical malpractice (Baltimore Sun) Hello! You've Been Referred Here Because You're Wrong About The First [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 9 June 2016

8 June, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are eight stories to read this morning. The 1891 Novel Eerily Relevant to Today's Writing World (BookRiot) Europeans: you can save the right to take pictures in public! (Boing Boing) DPLAfest [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 8 June 2016

7 June, 2016 // 5 Comments

Here are ten stories to read this morning. Are Libraries the New Bookstores? (Writers Unboxed) Copyright Office Opens Inquiry on Digital Rights for Libraries (Copyright and Technology) eBook [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 7 June 2016

6 June, 2016 // 5 Comments

Here are six stories to read this morning. Authors Are Paying for Ads and Their Books Aren’t Being Seen (Indies Unlimited) Comic books buck trend as print and digital sales flourish (CNBC) I [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 6 June 2016

5 June, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are eleven stories to read this morning. Abolish the adverb? You seriously must be joking. (Slate) Brought to book: when publishers go to court (The Guardian) Could Publishers and Agents Agree [Read More ...]
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