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    Building the Next Generation of YA Stars (Webinar)

    by Sabrina EBooks

    Last month I attended a webinar hosted by Publisher’s Weekly, called “Building the Next Generation of YA Stars.” The speakers included the editorial director of Disney-Hyperion and the executive editor of Harlequin Teen. Together they covered new marketing strategies for YA novels, trends, and what they look for when acquiring books.  Marketing According to them, YA books have more […]

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    E-Books in the Global Marketplace

    by Sabrina EBooks
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    Last November, I attended an interesting webinar co-hosted by BISG and DBW, called E-Books in the Global Marketplace. Though this post is a little late, the information is still relevant, and I think it’s worth sharing some of the findings.

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    More Resources for Digital Publishing

    by Sabrina Information

    I’ve extended my blog to include a large, hopefully helpful, list of resources that cover all aspects of digital publishing: agents, analytics, apps, associations, blogging, coding, contests/awards, design, distribution, ebooks, editing, entrepreneurial, funding, internships, jobs, legal, magazines, marketing, metadata, news, reading, reviews, self-publishing, startups, trends, video, webinars, and writing. (If I’ve missed anything, please let me […]

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    What’s Going on With Readers Today?

    by Sabrina EBooks

    What’s Going On With Readers Today from Goodreads A while back, Goodreads asked publishers what questions they would like to ask readers. The results of the Goodreads survey from December 2012 are now up, and there are some interesting finds. I do wonder, however, how accurate these findings are. Yes, Goodreads has a huge base […]

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    Blogs Worth Reading

    by Sabrina Editing

    Below is a list of blogs that may come in handy. They cover grammar, writing, ebooks, and publishing. I’ve also included a few of my friends’ blogs. Some of them are informative, some are quirky, and all are worth looking at. Thoughts on Pages An EPublisher Confesses Cheapass Fiction Engrish Funny Shelf-Awareness Writers Village University Writers Write

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    Writing Contests

    by Sabrina Information

    A great way to get in to writing is to enter contests. If you win, you have a publishing credit to your name, and you can use that to build your portfolio and impress more publishers and editors (if you go the traditional publishing route). Even if you decide to self-publish, you can use your […]

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    PubSlush Press: Platform, Publisher, and Partner

    by Sabrina Publishing

    First off, PubSlush is a great name. But what do they do? Well, a lot of things.

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    So You Want to Write a Novel

    by Sabrina Musings

    [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9fc-crEFDw&w=480&h=390] After taking a ton of creative writing classes and working in the publishing industry a little bit, I can say that this video is hilarious and touches upon all the issues/ideas new writers may have. I remember once I saw Jeffrey Eugenides, author of The Virgin Suicides and Middlesex, speak, and he addressed […]

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