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Monday News: The Turtles’s copyright case, discrimination suit against Nicholas Sparks, PW’s publishing survey results, and “motion as metaphor”

Monday News: The Turtles’s copyright case, discrimination suit against Nicholas Sparks,...

Copyright land grab by The Turtles threatens digital music, will not help young musicians – You may or may not be familiar with the 1970′s pop group, The Turtles, and their legal victory against SiriusXM for so-called “unpaid royalties” on… more

Four reader submitted deals

Four reader submitted deals

Breakaway Hearts by Crista McHugh. $ $0.99 From the Jacket Copy: Hockey star Ben Kelly has retreated to his mountain cabin in the ski town of Cascade, BC, to recuperate from a season-ending knee injury and contemplate his future in… more

Daily Deals: It’s a cowboy world

Daily Deals: It’s a cowboy world

The Untameable Texan by Janice Maynard. $ FREE From the Jacket Copy: A second chance leads to sudden pregnancy in USA TODAY bestselling author Janice Maynard’s epic Texas Cattleman’s Club: After the Storm prequel novella? Texas financier Jed Farrell always… more

Friday News: The Dear Author Defense Fund, Facebook promises circumspection, JP Morgan Chase breach ubiquitous, and Roxane Gay to write for The Toast

Friday News: The Dear Author Defense Fund, Facebook promises circumspection, JP...

Dear Author/Jane Litte Defense Fund – Many people have been asking if and how they can contribute to Dear Author and Jane Litte’s legal defense. Consequently, this campaign was created. The Dear Author Jane Litte Legal Defense Fund will be… more

Thursday News: Facebook apologizes for “fake name” snafu, E-books and research libraries, global gender bias in film, and the DA ad book is open

Thursday News: Facebook apologizes for “fake name” snafu, E-books and research...

Facebook’s chief product officer apologizes to the LGBTQ community – Facebook CPO Chris Cox penned what appears to be a pretty earnest and humble apology for discriminating against LGBTQ users by flagging their user names as fake. Although Facebook does… more