Posts Tagged ‘BookBiz’

PHIL HARDWICK — The crazy world of book buying and selling

by Published: December 30,2014

Tags: BookBiz, Business, Mississippi, NEWS, Phil Hardwick

Amazon has disrupted the book world again. Last year there was a dispute with a major publisher over who set the price of e-books – the publisher or the distributor. This time the quarrel is with self-published authors and others who view Amazon’s recently released Kindle Unlimited as a threat to the incomes of authors. […] [...]

LOUANN LOFTON: A new twist on dystopian fiction

If I were to tell you that a book about the end of the world (as we know it) could somehow leave you optimistic and encouraged, I doubt you’d believe me. But the incredible novel Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel, would prove me right, despite its often harrowing twists and turns. A finalist […] [...]

BOOK BIZ — Once again enjoy the company of the residents of Mitford

by Published: October 16,2014

Tags: BookBiz, Business, Mississippi, NEWS

Welcome back to Mitford. The many fans of Jan Karon’s popular series will enjoy this tenth book about Father Tim and the colorful inhabitants of Mitford, North Carolina. Karon is back with an update of the now-retired Father Tim Kavanagh, his wife Cynthia, Dooley, Lace and all the other inhabitants we’ve come to know and […] [...]

BOOK BIZ — In a loud, hectic world, introverts offer valuable insights

by Published: October 4,2013

Tags: BookBiz, Business, lofton, Mississippi

Are you the proverbial “life of the party,” flitting from this social function to that one, making friends everywhere you go? Or would you rather spend your time with only your close friends, or perhaps just alone reading or engaged in other solitary pursuits? At least one-third of us fall into the latter group, so […] [...]

BOOK BIZ — A stroke victim lives to analyze and tell her inspiring story

by Published: September 27,2013

Tags: BookBiz, Business, feature, Mississippi, TedTalk

By LouAnn Lofton Imagine you’re a Harvard-trained neuroscientist, having spent years researching how our brains work and studying what can go awry with them. You’ve built a very fulfilling and fruitful career — and life — along the way. Now, you wake up one morning at the age of 37, and over the course of four […] [...]

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