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Oxford Dictionaries declared last week that the 2015 “word” of the year is the tears of joy emoji. When well-schooled lexicographers decide that an emoticon is more fitting for the honor than an actual word, it’s easy to become cynical about the future of books. But rather than succumb to that urge, we decided to focus on the happenings and developments in the publishing industry that benefit authors, books, and the written word. In this piece, we look at more publishing options for authors, business books awards and best of lists, and the update of an industry classic.
In this latest installment of our journalist Q&A series, we chat with Steve Watkins, reporter for Investor’s Business Daily. Steve writes for the Leaders & […] Read More
Anne Fisher is a contributor to both Fortune.com and CNNMoney.com, where she covers workplace and small business topics, respectively. Our work with Annie centers on […] Read More
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We make it a rule not to write about our own clients on this blog. We want to keep this space as a forum for […] Read More
Most often, our authors are not only business leaders, but they’re also business owners. They’re supporting their employees and clients, building their brand, and – […] Read More