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Archive for April, 2012

Thanks Terri Schlichenmeyer!

I’m sending out a big THANK YOU this morning to Terri Schlichenmeyer for recommending Fangs and Stilettos in her SavannahNow.com column, “Break out the gift cards for more great books”.

The Pulitzer Prize Board Snubs Fiction in 2012

This hasn’t happened since the 70s, but yes, it’s happened before. This year, the Pulitzer Prize Board decided not to give its prestigious award to any works of fiction. It’s hard (cough-ridiculous-cough) to believe that none of the considered titles were worthy of the prize.

Gay and Amish on Rainbow Radio

This month, James Schwartz got interviewed on Rainbow Radio. The audio can be found here.

In the office

Thanks Louis Lee Boroff (Chicago, IL) for the new photos. I’ll post more from our photo shoot soon.

SkyMall is Getting a Makeover

AZCentral.com recently reported that SkyMall has been acquired by an affiliate of Najafi Cos. If you’ve ever been on an airplane, then you’re familiar with SkyMall.

Is KDP Select good for you?

When I started inGroup Press, I had every intention of embracing the technological revolution of publishing. I wanted our titles to be available on every type of e-book reader. At the time, the oldest and probably most famous LGBT publisher, Alyson Books, wasn’t publishing e-books.

Check out our page on Publishers Marketplace

If you’re an aspiring or published author, Publishers Marketplace is an awesome website for networking.

Is Self-Publishing Creating a Sudden Mass of Teenage Authors?

Check out this story posted yesterday on NYTimes.com about child authors whose self-published books are being financed by their parents. This isn’t a new phenomena, as Christopher Paolini’s parents self-published Eragon, which grew to become a big hit.