A newly released Pew Research report, which you can download for free, chronicles a rapidly changing pattern of social media usage among American teens. While Facebook once dominated, that’s not the case now. But books? Pew says young adults still love them, especially in paper. Learn why this matters to writers today.
As the fasting month of Ramadan approaches, the world’s nearly 2 billion Muslims are preparing to focus, once again, on the Quran. Nightly gatherings of the faithful are a widespread tradition—especially to hear the Quran recited by a qari, or expert at chanting the Quran for audiences following traditional styles. Islam, after all, is a […]
Here’s the first question we hear from authors, when their books first appear on Amazon: “Why is someone else selling my book?“ Answer: Amazon is designed to encourage individuals and companies to market products on the vast retail platform. Perhaps you’re a registered seller on Amazon yourself. You’re not alone! More than 2 million registered […]
This week’s Front Edge Publishing column is short and very sweet for the many authors and professional staff who have been a part of our creative community over the past 11 years. The Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) invited us to share a six-page story in the spring issue of the IBPA magazine about our […]
FEP Editor David Crumm explains why our publishing house has signed the Independent Book Publishers Association’s commitment to following the new IBPA Hybrid Publishing Criteria. We believe such national standards are a crucial step in our rapidly evolving media industry.