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Friday, January 6, 2012

Publishing Pulse: 1/06/2012

Anne Lamott shares tips on things you can do if you find yourself short on writing time.

Mike Shatzkin offers some interesting question rather than predictions on how publishing will look in 2012.

Barnes and Noble is looking at "increas[ing] its investments" in its Nook.

Ellen Archer, CEO of Hyperion, discusses how "the book publishing model is broken."

Jane Friedman has a great list of 12 must-read articles from 2011.

Porter Anderson has another excellent post on writing on the ether this week including a discussion on the $0.99 price point, focusing on quality, that now may very well be a golden age for writing for authors.

I hope you all have a great weekend!

 Danyelle Leafty (@danyelleleafty) writes MG and YA fantasy. In her spare time, she collects dragons, talking frogs, and fairy godmothers. She can be found discussing the art of turning one's characters into various animals, painting with words, and the best ways to avoid getting eaten by dragons on her blog.


Anonymous said...

Thank you for the links, as always!

Charley said...

Good list! I esp. like the 12-article article. Thanks!