The past month has been crazy, and the publishing world is no different. Featuring book store closings, graphic novel sales, and romance novels based on popular musicals, check out this month's Pub News Pit Stop for the scoop.
Plus: A special shoutout to author Jean Marie Pierson on her book The Light in the Woods.
This month's news is extra juice, featuring Hachette's disbanding of Weinstein Books, a look at Amazon's ever-changing algorithm, and more. And let's not forget the conferences and workshops we have for you!
Also: we're spending the last two months in October doing a "deep dive" into some services. Wish us luck! We might be slow to respond to emails during this time, so we thank you for your patience in advance.
The House votes on library funding, The National Book Awards longlists are announced, and six months worth of amazing conferences. You won't want to miss this month's Pub News Pit Stop.
The ACLU sues Washington, D.C., transit system for removing Milo Y. ads, NYPL’s Rose Main Reading Room is officially a New York City landmark, and all the conferences you'll want on your radar for the next few months.
Plus: We offer our congratulations to author M.A. Koontz on the release of her short thriller, SHARDS OF TRUST, and to Lisa Rabasca Roepe for signing with a stellar agent.