Morning Roundup: New art project aimed at book lovers. Lovecraft-inspired collection on Kickstarter
July 10, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
Smashwords CEO on Why He Supports Hachette Against Amazon (Digital Book World)
Mark Coker, the CEO of self-publishing distribution business Smashwords and an indie author himself, is rooting for Hachette in its current business dispute with Amazon.
London Unveils New Public Art Project Aimed at Book Lovers (GoodeReader)
The streets of London are being transformed due to a new public art project that puts a priority on books. Books About Town is a new initiative that celebrates the city’s rich literary heritage.
H.P. Lovecraft-Inspired Short Story Collection Featured on Kickstarter (GalleyCat)
The 01 Publishing team hopes to raise $5,000 to produce print copies of the anthology, Whispers From the Abyss.
Are Writers Really Earning Less Than They Did Nine Years Ago? (The Digital Reader)
I’ve read the report (it was only 12 pages long), and I have serious doubts that it accurately reflects what writers are earning.
Kindle Daily Deal: The Berlin Stories (and others)
Editor’s Note: I hope you will indulge my whimsy in using an image of my own Cthulhu plushie for today’s post.