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Plenty has been written about the quantum evolution we’ve witnessed in the world of publishing over the last ten or fifteen years. It’s true that a slim majority of books now in print are actually just that–in print; in a … Continue reading
I’ll start with a defensive-sounding disclaimer: I love me some books. I love me some old school books. By way of evidence (also somewhat defensively) I offer this snap of my recent haul. Long story, but most of these books … Continue reading
Now available through Booklocker.com: Voracious by yours truly (distribution will be picked up within mere days by Amazon, Barnes&Noble and all your favorite book-hawkers; ebook version dropping within a week). “Patrick Worden delivers a unique story, horrifying monsters, characters with … Continue reading
Books are dying, if not already dead. Or they’re bigger than ever. Or maybe they’re lining Schrödinger’s litter box, because both facts seem to be simultaneously true. Technology, including print-on-demand and electronic readers, has expanded publishing unlike anything since Guttenberg … Continue reading
Want to support American jobs? Buy a book. Printers, writers, booksellers, librarians, loggers, editors — these are few of the mostly domestic jobs your book-buying buck underwrites. I think this holds true for most countries, and I’m certain it’s true … Continue reading