Bustle Millennials Prefer Paper Books To E-Books, New Survey Finds Bustle According to a new survey from Publishers Weekly released Friday, Millennials still prefer traditional paper books to e-books — but not by a wide margin.
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Tricks and Traps of Using Real People in Your Writing, Part 1: The Right of Publicity by Helen Sedwick explains if and when writers can model characters after real people and name names without getting sued.
No one at The Authors Guild or the American Bookseller's Association was able to find an hour in their busy schedules to publicly debate their recent calls for an antitrust investigation into Amazon's business practices, but they did find time this week to conduct a lengthy poffball interview of The Authors Guild executive director Mary Rasenberger. On... Read More »
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