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BISG Announces ISBN Recommendations – Problems

The Book Industry Study Group (BISG) announced last week a new document describing their idea for best practices in ISBN use for publishing today, specifically addressing digital publishing. Some excepts from the press release:   New York, NY (December 7, 2011) — The Book Industry Study Group (BISG) announced today the publication of a new Policy

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How do we preserve quality literature with freedom of self publishing?

Someone asked this question recently on a networking site I frequent. And I\’ve seen a lot of people ask similar questions. They\’re good questions, asked by good people who have a love of good stories in their hearts. There\’s a fear that, without gatekeepers managing what is produced, tons and tons of badly written books

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Are publishers under-reporting ebook sales to authors?

It\’s been an interesting couple of days in the publishing world. It seems like some publishers may be under-reporting ebook sales to their authors, in some cases reporting as little as 10% of the actual sales in royalty statements. Needless to say, this has a lot of writers confused and concerned. Yesterday, Mike Stackpole talked

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