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  • BookShout to Offer E-books to Public Media Via Special Sales

    The direct-to-consumer e-book platform specializing in e-book special sales, is partnering with Forest Incentives, a public media distribution vendor, to provide bulk orders of bestselling e-books to public radio and TV stations.

  • Julie Kagawa Talks Talon, Dragons and Bookselling

    Former bookseller Julie Kagawa always had a “thing,” as she puts it, for dragons. Now, with her new series, Talon, due out October 28, the bestselling author of The Iron Fey books got the chance to explore her childhood obsessions.

  • CONTEST: 'Let's Get Lost' With Adi Alsaid

    Are you out there getting lost on your own? With friends? If so, we’d love to hear—and see—your travels.

  • Getting 'Lost' with Newcomer Adi Alsaid

    Adi Alsaid has lived something of a nomadic life…which may be one of the reasons he was inspired to write about a road trip in his debut novel, 'Let’s Get Lost.'

  • Harlequin TEEN Turns Five

    Celebrating its fifth birthday this month, Harlequin TEEN—Harlequin’s dedicated imprint for young adult books—has quite a few things to be excited about.

  • Zola Books, BiblioCommons Offer ‘Bookish Recommends’ to Libraries

    Zola’s Bookish recommendation engine is coming to 67 libraries in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

  • Togather Startup Suspends Operations

    In an email sent to clients and users of founder Andrew Kessler said the site was suspending all operations due to a dispute with its investors.

  • Wizeo: Literary Crowdgiving Platform Gears Up

    The latest literary-oriented startup to join Boston’s Innovation District combines video chats by authors and other leaders, or “wizzes,” for a cause.

  • Organization Wants to Lure Writers to Detroit

    Detroit-based literary organization Write-A-House wants to lure writers to the Motor City by deeding them homes after a two-year residency. The organization just launched an Indiegogo campaign to renovate the first house intended for occupancy.

  • Togather Inks Partnership Deal with B&N College, a “fansourcing site” designed to make event planning more predictable and easier to promote, is partnering with B&N College Stores to provide store managers a turnkey platform for organizing in-store events.

  • Amazon Announces Daily Holiday Promo

    Amazon announced its second annual 12 Days of Deals for books, a holiday promotion that offers deep discounts on popular and bestselling titles.

  • HC, American, and Hudson Team for Holiday Promo

    Between December 1 and January 1, HarperCollins will provide American Airlines customers a selection of HarperCollins e-books, and Hudson Booksellers will offer a discount on print titles.

  • Wattpad, Harlequin Sponsor ‘New Adult’ Writing Contest

    Wattpad, an online writing community, is teaming up with Harlequin to represent the New Adult category as a cosponsor of Harlequin’s So You Think You Can Write Contest.

  • Wattpad, Diversion Books Launch a Mia Thompson Book Club

    Online writing community Wattpad is teaming up with Diversion Books, the e-publishing platform launched by literary agent Scott Waxman, to host a book club focused on Diversion author Mia Thompson’s thriller Stalking Sapphire, published earlier this year.

  • Sourcebooks, Wattpad Team Up To Launch YA Authors

    Wattpad is entering into a multifaceted partnership with Sourcebooks to both publish Wattpad writers through the Sourcebooks Fire YA imprint and market Sourcebook authors on the online writing community.

  • BookMachine Kicks Off Launch with Global Publishing Event

    BookMachine, a U.K.-based social media-driven publishing skills exchange, is kicking off the launch of its online platform,, with a Global Publishing Event that will be held simultaneously in six cities on September 25.

  • Red 14 Films Launches Kickstarter Campaign

    A film company specializing in book trailers launched a Kickstarter campaign to crowdfund a new batch literary shorts.

  • Chicago Sun-Times Drops Regular Book Coverage

    As of July 14, The Chicago Sun-Times is dropping its regular book coverage. In contrast, the Chicago Tribune has stepped up its literary coverage in the past year, with its stand-alone Printers Row Journal.

  • African American Book Sites Launch Quarterly Bestseller List

    Three Web sites focused on books by and about African-Americans—,, and—have launched the Power List, a national bestseller list focused on books read by African-Americans.

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