Morning Roundup: HarperCollins assists indie bookstores. #IReadEveryWhere
August 12, 2014 | 8:58 am
By Joanna Cabot
A Round-Up of NYPL’s #IReadEverywhere (Book Riot)
The NYPL recently started a hashtag campaign to promote literacy (as well as their services): #IReadEveryWhere. It’s worth checking out on Twitter just for fun AND for some great book recommendations.
Teaching the Digital Media Revolution Without Disregarding the Past (Media Shift)
Gencarelli described the four revolutions in the history of human communication and asked us if we are in the middle of the fifth.
HarperCollins Assists Indie Bookstores with Marketing Funds (GoodeReader)
HarperCollins Publishers today announced the HarperCollins Promotional Fund (HCPF), which will provide an additional fund of marketing dollars for Independent Retailers in the company’s fiscal year 2015, which began on July 1, 2014.
Why Do Some Self-Published Authors Care How Hachette Prices its Books? (Digital Book World)
One of the most confusing things to me about the Amazon-Hachette contract dispute saga is why do so many indie authors want so passionately for Hachette, a competitor, to lower its prices?
Kindle Daily Deal: I, Claudius (and others)