Here are a few stories to read this Wednesday morning.
- David Gaughran has a guide to Bookbub Ads.
- The Guardian thinks you’ll fall in love with Moby Dick.
- The LA Times delves into the slimy but subtle tricks of book publishing (oddly enough, they left out any mention of when HarperCollins published an early draft of a famous novel and claimed it was the author’s “second” work).
On a side note: When did plagiarism get redefined as copyright infringement, and when did aggregation get redefined as plagiarism?