Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning.
- Plagiarized spam ebooks dominate the Kindle Store listings for Coronavirus, but not Amazon’s competitors.
- Romance authors write 3,000 words a day (or more). Here’s how they do it.
- Kris Rusch explains how, in selling off S&S, CBS Viacom is probably throwing away a rights gold mine that they didn’t even know they had.
- This handy chart will help you understand what type of SF you’re reading, based on the ships in the stories. I wonder if there is a similar chart for fantasy?
- A survey shows that, compared to readers of print books, ebook readers are more likely to be writers.
- Rich Hollick shows us several machines used to clean print books.
- Why it matters that representation is growing in audiobooks.
- Book fairs and other public events can be intimidating for authors, but you still gotta do’em. Here are 13 tips to help authors get started.