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For The Love Of Books: A Peek Into The Business Of Publishing

At a time when we all need the solidity and structure that books provide, here's a tribute to a group of committed professionals who have given us that much-needed avenue of escape.

Tamara Pupic

[Start-it-up] How To Go From Being an Instagram Poet To a Published Author

If stringing words together to create beautiful poetry or prose is something that comes naturally to you, social media can now help you make it a well-paying gig.

Debroop Roy

Ayesha Curry's 4 Tips for Managing Multiple Projects

This wife of an NBA All-Star is a superstar entrepreneur in her own right.

John Boitnott

How to Get a Book Contract From a Legitimate Publisher

It could be the key to marketing your business and advancing your career.

Wendy Keller

How to Know Whether Writing a Book Will Grow Your Business

Follow these guidelines to make the smart choice and get the most out of it.

Wendy Keller

How this $400 million Storytelling Platform is Disrupting the Global Entertainment Industry

From novels to movies, Tencent-backed Wattpad could give tough competition to Netflix and Amazon Prime

Komal Nathani

Planning to Write a Book? Here's How You Should Begin

These 12 ways can help you begin as a writer if you haven't ventured into the territory or improve yourself if you are already one!

Bhavya Kaushal

Five Lessons I Learned In My First Year Of Entrepreneurship

Don't let the glamorous thought of being your own boss fool you. Entrepreneurship is tough.

Self Publication: Things That Every Aspirant Needs to Know

Few authors do get a lucky break, there are several others whose work of merit never gets published because they were not as fortunate

How This CEO Grew Her Business to Become the Largest Woman-Owned Publisher in the U.S.

Dominique Raccah weathered the bankruptcy of her second-largest client and came out ahead.

BizCast

2 Big Book Writing Myths That Will Keep You From Achieving Big Profits

Just because your book is a bestseller doesn't mean you're making a ton of money.

Vickie Gould