Little, Brown can breath easy until the end of 2014, having re-upped with James Patterson for the next three and a half years.
In that time Mr. Patterson will produce 13 adult novels and 13 children’s books, edited by Michael Pietsch (the adult ones) and Megan Tingley (the kids ones), and there will probably be Read More
It’s usually a perk of buying an e-reader that along with the convenience of storing a library in a slim tablet, the prices for the books will be lower. Since the advent of such technology, that’s generally been the case.
The New York Times, however, reports today that Amazon.com is selling certain electronic Read More
Forbes has released its list of the highest paid authors and the results are pretty predictable. Forbes based the rankings on profits from books, TV and film rights between June, 2009 and June, 2010. Here are the top 5 and their earnings: James Patterson – $70 million Stephenie Meyer – $40 million Read More
Trident Media Group C.E.O. and literary agent Daniel Strone oversaw two of the season’s most high-stakes book auctions last week, fielding eye-popping offers from publishers across the city without giving them so much as a proposal for either project. Sarah Silverman’s book, which Mr. Strone sold to HarperCollins on Thursday, went for Read More
Don’t say I didn’t predict it. Unless my eyes completely deceive me, Amazon.com is raising prices. That is to say, it is narrowing discounts; however you choose to look at it, the sticker prices are higher than a month ago. I base this on a random cyberwalk I made through the world’s most user-friendly bookstore Read More