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Tag: Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble SOLD: Goliath has Fallen & What This Means for Writers

Now that a hedge fund has acquired Barnes and Noble (and its debt), this is a seriously tenuous time. They wouldn’t be the first giant beheaded by the PE (Private Equity) sword. Writers? Remain vigilant.

Author Brands & Book Sales—Why Boutique is BIG

Normally my blogs are all about telling y’all you are not a special unique snowflake. But yeah y’all are but don’t get a big head about it 😛 . We just need to discern the places we are not special (I.e. we all have to do the work) and figure out the places we are …

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The Ugly Truth of Publishing & How BEST to Support Writers

But today, dear newbies. I am going to take you on a tour behind the curtain. Also for those who are NOT newbies, feel free to pass this to family in a “Take Your Clueless Friends Who Think You Will Make a Million Dollars as Soon as You Publish Day.”

3 Myths Writers Need to Ditch Like a Bad Ex

Thing is, we have to be really, really careful that as artists we are not perpetuating the very behavior that pisses us off. We like getting paid for our work. We work really really hard and expect (rightfully) that we should be rewarded for doing so.

Barnes & Noble, Dead Nooks, and Brave New Branding

The company had an identity crisis and failed to make the full transition away from being BIG. Instead of leading the charge to being small and lithe, they tried to use Nook only to prop up the same old way of doing business.