2017: What does it hold in store for the publishing industry?
2016 was an eventful year for the publishing industry. Self-published writers saw a growth, while the influence from Chinese Publishers resulted in increased acquisitions and partnerships. There were a few sad demises of traditional book shops but the the new players kept the excitement going for market watchers. The publishing industry is definitely excited for… (0 comment)

Journals: A Gateway to Knowledge
Journals are not only a key source to meet all your knowledge needs, but also help you find answers to questions in countless ways. Journals have become one of the fastest and most effective means of disseminating research findings. Each article published in a journal allows you to extensively explore a specific topic, which in… (0 comment)

Where is the Book Industry Heading To?
No matter how old we get, one just cannot live without books. As children, our teachers and parents introduced us to books, using stories to impart wisdom. As we grew up, the stories and their characters became a part of our lives, guiding us and giving us some of the best moments of our lives.… (0 comment)

How to Get Your First Book Published?
First things first Writing is not an easy task. To become a successful writer, you need to make sure you extensively read the work of acclaimed writers from different genres. Getting your first book published through a publisher First and foremost, you’ll need a publishing agent who can connect you to the right publisher, who… (0 comment)

Top five books of 2013
2013 is almost ready to bid us goodbye. While we are all set to welcome the New Year with full fun and fervour, we shouldn’t forget the things for which we can thank this passing year. And, why not mention books amongst those things! 2013 was indeed a special year from a literal point of… (0 comment)

Self-publishing is the most modern thing that has happened in the book world. And, more than modern, I think it’s the best that any author can imagine. Usually, what used to happen was that struggling authors would go to every publisher in the market and the publishers would separate the wheat from the chaff. The… (0 comment)

Being in the publishing business for so long, I think I’m expected to suggest nice reads to people. Though I’m not much of reader, there are a few works that I really like. Catch 21: First in the lot is ‘Catch 21’. Written by American author, Joseph Heller, it’s a satirical novel that is set… (0 comment)

You can fancy yourself in the mirror and dream to become a superstar. You can even imagine yourself as the master chef by watching random cookery shows. But, if you want to be a prolific writer, reading is your magic wand. Reading and just reading! Why, because you’ll rarely spot a writer who isn’t fond… (0 comment)