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Browsing Book Expo

As Book Expo America got underway in New York, it seemed that the fastest takeaways were the tote bags.
Who doesn’t need another tote bag for all the advanced readers’ copies of coming books?
Stuffing a canvas bag full of book galleys is a nice old-fashioned ritual that continues at a changing Book Expo (which has a [...]

Making Introductions That Last

Tips for getting your networking contacts to remember you
Q: What are some of the things I need to consider to improve my personal introduction to people at networking meetings?
A: Your primary goal in networking is to increase the amount of business you get. To do this, you must make meaningful contact with other business [...]

Turning $0.40 into $200.00

Ever have one of those days where you feel sluggish? Everything seems gray, and getting out of the doldrums requires real effort. Sometimes all you need is that one exquisite little interaction with a friend or your child, and the day turns around completely.
Interactions like these, and the emotions we attach to them, are at [...]

Book Expo and a Changing Industry

I know publishers and editors who dread attending Book Expo – the long days standing on cement floors under harsh fluorescent lights. On the other hand, I know booksellers who love being there: the chance to find something new to excite their customers with and perhaps even snag an author autograph.
The show is really about [...]

Covering Your (Publishing) Bases

Choosing an obstetrician is one of the first steps a woman takes when she thinks she’s pregnant. Some women feel more secure selecting a medical doctor. It’s customary and they have all the technology and equipment at their disposal. Other women like the idea of calling the shots themselves with the help of a midwife. [...]

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