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February 2015

Publishers Weekly: Publishers Get Personal at Toy Fair

MON, FEB 23, 2015 14:51 EST From crafts and inventions to various elements of personalization, many of the playthings displayed at this year’s New York International Toy Fair had a do-it-yourself slant. That theme carried over to the nearly 30... Continue Reading →

Publishers Weekly: Toy Fair 2015: Toy Stores Add More Books to the Mix

THU, FEB 19, 2015 10:58 EST Publishers represent a small slice of the landscape at the New York International Toy Fair, accounting for less than 30 out of the 1,000-plus exhibitors in the 2015 edition. But sales executives from several... Continue Reading →

Publishers Newswire: Ten Steps to Become Successfully Self-Published

THU, FEB 19, 2015 10:55 ESTMost manuscripts that are submitted for review are tossed away into the black abyss of a cold file cabinet with no assurance that it will ever crawl to the surface again. Feeling sad yet? You... Continue Reading →

The Pitt News: How to publish a bestseller: faculty and students weigh in

THU, FEB 19, 2015 10:52 EST Before a book can fly off the shelves, it usually has a long, methodical process to get there. Every year, thousands of writers try their luck in the world of freelance by sending out... Continue Reading →

The Stylus: Comic illustrates feelings of individuals with mental illness

THU, FEB 19, 2015 10:50 EST College at Brockport junior studio art major Liz Pritchard recently pubished her own comic book, “PaperBag.” Many think of comic books as superheroes fighting crime. However, in Pritchard’s case, her goal is to raise... Continue Reading →

Time to Play Magazine: My Awesome Book Review

WED, FEB 04, 2015 12:48 EST Twitter Facebook YouTube Google Plus Pinterest Instagram Member Toys Baby Video Games Sporting Goods Pets Kids Electronics Books Movies Giveaways Birthdays Videos My Awesome Book from Lulu Jr.     987 views Fun Repeat... Continue Reading →

Publishers Weekly: Indie Authors on Campus

MON, FEB 02, 2015 16:29 EST Bob Hoyt, an instructor and director of the Health Informatics program at the University of West Florida, knew his students were struggling with the high cost of their textbooks. The nominal price of college... Continue Reading →

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