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Thursday News: Harlequin: Whatever You’re Into; more bad science; BEA protest; and a “golden age” for genre readers

Thursday News: Harlequin: Whatever You’re Into; more bad science; BEA protest;...

New Harlequin Campaign: Whatever You’re Into – Beginning today, Harlequin is launching a new campaign, which will continue through the summer, called “Whatever You’re Into,” which is intended to make good on Harlequin’s promise that they “have a book for… more

Monday News: California protects negative reviews, Twitter installs “buy” buttons, how books do or don’t affect us, and Ancillary Justice teas

Monday News: California protects negative reviews, Twitter installs “buy” buttons, how...

Negative online reviews are now protected by law in California – Given some of the controversial cases involving consumers under fire for leaving negative reviews of restaurants, hotels, or other products and services, California has passed a law that prohibits… more

Monday News: Changes at Penguin Random House, Google settles with photographers, Rumored changes at Twitter, and Scribd’s infographic on reading

Monday News: Changes at Penguin Random House, Google settles with photographers,...

The Penguin Publishing Group Takes Shape – So now that Penguin Random House has made its initial adjustments and realignments, CEO Markus Dohle has streamlined Penguin’s imprints by placing them all under new President of Penguin Publishing Group Madeline McIntosh…. more