Epic! Debuts Kids’ Subscription E-book Venture – Created by game developers and focused on children’s literature, Epic! is starting a $9.99 per month digital book subscription service. At this point, the company is not creating original content, but will be… more
Is Publishing Still Broken? The Surprising Year In Books – While some of the details in the Forbes article is incorrect*, I thought it was interesting that indie publishing has not eroded print publishing revenues. While indie publishing prices may… more
Smashwords: New Smashwords Survey Helps Authors Sell More eBooks – Mark Coker shares some Smashwords data with the public. How much of this can be extrapolated to overall sales is unknown. Some interesting points include that the #1 bestselling book… more
Fabio’s 54th Birthday Is Just A Good Excuse To Revisit His Best Book Covers – Fabio turned 54 last week and Huffington Post celebrated by reviewing his 40 top book covers. I had forgotten he was on the cover of… more
Experts Consider How Apple E-Book Suit Will Impact Business, Regulation – I’m fairly irritated with the coverage of the DOJ lawsuit over prices. Let me clarify a few things. First, there is no law against pursuing or acquiring a monopoly…. more
For any and all prospective employers, here is a list of Borders’ employees who are on LinkedIn. And here is a blog designed to collate job postings that may be of interest to those employees. **** Sad about the ending… more
Allow me to tell you a story. Recently, I had the honor of premiering a cover for a science fiction romance book on my blog. The cover for R. Garland Gray's Darkscape: First Heir excited me because it had a… more
The Cover Cafe 2007 contest is open for voting. There are seven categories and ten finalists per category. Go on over and vote for the best covers in 2007.