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Posted 1 hour ago. Details. I am a best selling fiction, with several successful series on Amazon. Last year was my best year yet and I am looking to build on that success. What I need is a really creative person that can co/write books based on characters that I have already created kind of like Fan/Fiction.
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Loved Ones Mourn Blaze Bernstein's 'Sweet Smile' As Death Is Ruled Homicide

They met when Bernstein was applying to college, when he became the only high school student Josselyn knows of to have writing published in Penn's literary magazine. “I asked him if I could be his adviser mostly to make sure that he didn't go too far from creative writing,” Josselyn said. “Because I
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Loved Ones Mourn Blaze Bernstein 'Sweet Smile' As Death Is Ruled Homicide

They met when Bernstein was applying to college, when he became the only high school student she knows of to have writing published in Penn's literary magazine. “I asked him if I could be his advisor mostly to make sure that he didn't go to far from creative writing,” Josselyn said. “Because I wanted to
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Facebook Changing Its News Feed, Cutting Back On Brands And Publishers

The unstated goal is to lessen reliance on organic (i.e. unpaid) traffic for businesses and publishers that use the service as a tool to drive traffic. The long game is audience retention and growth, which will drive revenue. “Recently we've gotten feedback from our community that public content — posts
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Facebook to show more content from friends, less from publishers and brands

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Facebook to show more content from friends, less from publishers and brands

Facebook (FB) said late Thursday it is changing the News Feed to prioritize posts from friends, family members and groups over posts from publishers and brands. The company will elevate posts that ignite conversations and meaningful interactions between friends while demoting the many videos,
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Easy Street Online Deal! Buy Our 2017 Best Sellers/Staff Picks & Get Free Gift Certificate!

Let's make a deal! Beginning Friday, buy any of the albums on our 2017 Best Sellers or Staff Favorites lists via Easy Street Online, and we'll throw in a free Easy Street gift certificate to use on a future purchase! Offer good through Sunday, 1/14. The more you buy, the more you get! For example.
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'Fire and Fury' Publisher Orders 1.4M More Books

The publisher of “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” Michael Wolff's scathing book on President Donald Trump, has ordered 1.4 million copies and will debut Jan. 21 as No. 1 on two bestseller lists of The New York Times. “The book is already in its eleventh printing in less than one week of
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Yule Ball returns to Carmel Clay Public Library

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Yule Ball returns to Carmel Clay Public Library

Carmel's young witches and wizards are invited to the Yule Ball, an evening of music and dancing inspired by events in the Great Hall in the “Harry Potter” book series. The ball, for students in seventh through 12th grades, is from 7 to 10 p.m. Jan. 20 at the Carmel Clay Plublic Library. The event is
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Sarah Dodd finds her niche on CTV crime drama

While Dodd's duties included no actual writing, Flash Forward's writers possibly sensing a fellow traveller, included Dodd in conversations about the creative direction of the show. “They knew I was an aspiring writer myself,” she says. With Flash Forward's first season winding down, the writers were
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Frontiers and TU Wien form open access publishing agreement

Under the terms of the Austria Open Access Publishing Framework Agreement, TU Wien (Technische Universität Wien) will cover Article Publishing Fees for eligible authors in any of the Frontiers journals. Eligible authors are corresponding authors of a given article who meet the funding criteria of the TU
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Facebook to Overhaul News Feed With More Content From Family and Friends, Less From …

Facebook to Overhaul News Feed With More Content From Family and Friends, Less From Publishers … announced some major changes that are coming to the Facebook News Feed, which will cut down on the content displayed from publishers to instead highlight more content from family and friends.
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Facebook plans sweeping change to newsfeed

Facebook is planning to introduce sweeping changes to its newsfeed as early as next week, removing clickbait and what the social network decides are low quality news publishers, while prioritising posts from friends and family. The world's largest social network will unveil the change imminently,
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Publishers and brands set for drastic fall in Facebook traffic after major news feed revamp

Adam Mosseri, Facebook's head of News Feed, posted a seperate article spelling out more in the consequences for publishers. He wrote: “Because space in News Feed is limited, showing more posts from friends and family and updates that spark conversation means we'll show less public content,
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Facebook Will Show You Fewer Posts From Brands and Publishers, and More Baby Photos

Many publishers shifted their digital strategies to stay in good favor with Facebook's algorithm, moving into live video when Facebook said it wanted more of that content and experimenting with Instant Articles when those fast-loading articles were introduced as a salve for slow webpages outside the
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French publishing house suspends printing of Celine's anti-Semitic essays

A French publishing house that had resisted calls to drop publication of a famous author's anti-Semitic screeds announced that it suspended the project. Editions Gallimard announced Thursday the suspension of its plan to publish three Holocaust-era essays by the author Louis-Ferdinand Destouches,
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Penn student killed during winter break remembered as a happy, talented writer

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Penn student killed during winter break remembered as a happy, talented writer

Josselyn, associate director for recruitment for creative writing at Penn, called the death of the sophomore with a promising future “confusing.” Josselyn said she recruited Bernstein when she was visiting his high school in California, and became his adviser to help him maintain his creative writing talents
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Greater Norristown NAACP plans Black History Month events

Born and raised in Norristown, Taliah is a writer, visual artist, curator, educator, and the creative director of SpeakMeFree Productions. Her debut spoken word album, “Confessions of a Caterpillar,” was released in 2012 and sold more than 100,000 copies in its first year. Taliah has become a major
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Facebook to show less content from publishers and brands

This move, in particular, has the potential to rattle countless publishers and brands who rely on the social network to distribute and promote content. … But the pressure will be on publishers and brands to create content that generates conversations if they want to improve their odds of being seen in News
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Facebook will focus on friends over publishers in the News Feed

Facebook just announced that it will make sweeping changes to the News Feed, the primary place where users find content on the social network. Over the next few months, users will see “more from your friends, family and groups” and ” less public content like posts from businesses, brands, and media
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Facebook is making a major change to the News Feed that will show you more content from friends …

Here we go: Facebook said Thursday that it will start to show users more posts from their friends and family in the News Feed, a move that means people will see fewer posts from publishers and brands. According to Facebook, the move is designed to encourage people to interact more with the stuff that
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The Difference Between Being Qualified and Being Prepared

In a larger company with a self-contained human resources unit, my B.A Rhetoric, M.A. English Literature, and M.F.A Creative Writing degrees would've had me bounced early in the hiring process. But thanks to a connection through someone I'd freelanced for, my first interview was with the company's
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Great songs provide some of fondest movie memories

It is still one of our best sellers at Triple Play Records, and we sell a lot of soundtracks. There now are many great soundtracks with original music. Some of my favorites include “Easy Rider,” “The Big Chill,” “Pulp Fiction,” “Jackie Brown,” “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” “High Fidelity,” “Almost Famous,”
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Healthcare ad agency Hammond & Thackeray collapse leaves publishers out of pocket

One of the major media agencies of the healthcare industry, Hammond & Thackeray, has gone into liquidation with creditors including major publishers and agencies expected to be $4.4 million out of pocket. The 35-year-old agency which also serviced agricultural clients from its Sydney, Melbourne and
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Facebook Overhauls News Feed to Focus on What Friends and Family Share

Publishers, nonprofits, small business and many other groups rely on the social network to reach people, so de-emphasizing their posts will most likely hurt them. Adam Mosseri, vice president of product management at Facebook, who is responsible for running the News Feed, acknowledged that “there
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6th Annual BLACK COMIC BOOK FESTIVAL Open to the Public at the Schomburg Center!

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6th Annual BLACK COMIC BOOK FESTIVAL Open to the Public at the Schomburg Center!

DC Titan clashes leave little oxygen for smaller publishers. Venues more intimate, less corporate and more community driven like The Annual Black Comic Book Festival are vital for black voices in particular to be heard. In many cases, the most exciting and innovative comics are coming from the small
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LEGAL NOTICE PUBLISHING OF ORD…

LEGAL NOTICE PUBLISHING OF ORDINANCES IN SUMMARY FORM I, Duviet Rodriguez, City Clerk of the City of Wasco, declare that the following ordinance was duly adopted by the City Council at a meeting held on January 2, 2018. ORDINANCE NO. 2018 – 692 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
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Author and playwright Dorothy Bryant dies at age 87

Bryant established the private publishing business Ata Press, and published most of her subsequent books herself. Each one seemed to have complicated themes on a different topic, often with historical aspects. “It has often been said admiringly of Bryant that she never writes the same book twice,”
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'Fire and Fury' is No. 1 on USA TODAY's list as Trump book sets sales records

Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff, which made its debut at No.1 on USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list on Thursday, has set sales records for its publisher. Stephen Rubin, Henry Holt's president and publisher, said Thursday that the incendiary book, which created a
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Senior Product Counsel, NA Products and Publishing

We are EA And we make games – how cool is that? In fact, we entertain millions of people across the globe with the most amazing and immersive…
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The truth will out: 'The Post' is Spielberg's timely history lesson

Review: There are two stories that are being told in “The Post,” the latest historical drama from Steven Spielberg. One is the day-to-day operations of a newspaper. The other is a look at Kay Graham, Meryl Streep with an undeniably Oscar-worthy performance, as she takes over publishing duties of The
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Citizen sues CRTC for continued publishing of defamatory statements after notice given

TORONTO, Jan. 11, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ – Mr. Evan Kosiner has filed a lawsuit against the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), pertaining to Accessible Media Incorporated (AMI) and David Errington's alleged defamation of Mr. Kosiner in AMI's response to
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Quarto to consolidate adult trade imprints

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Quarto to consolidate adult trade imprints

In the UK, Quarto is merging its three adult trade imprints into one new imprint, White Lion Publishing, reports the Bookseller. The publishers' imprints Aurum Press, Frances Lincoln and Quintessence will be consolidated under White Lion, which will publish books across several nonfiction categories,
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King Day Observance Proposed as Day of Service

Every participant will have the opportunity to partake in a variety of literacy-based activities, including games, arts and crafts, and creative writing. Participants will also be able to take home a book of their choosing and learn about the empowering nature of literacy. Families with readers of every age are
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Trade spat may raise newsprint prices, alarming newspaper industry

The U.S. Department of Commerce issued a preliminary decision on Tuesday to impose tariffs on the newsprint used by newspapers and book publishers nationwide. The measure, which would impose tariffs of up to 10 percent of the import of uncoated groundwood paper from Canada, is a result of a
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Former Post publisher, subject of new movie, 'knew Fargo'

In the 1980s, Graham even visited Fargo, where Marcil hosted a board meeting for publishers from around the country. “She knew Fargo, she knew North Dakota,” Marcil said. Among their get-acquainted activities, the visiting publishers toured Jack Dalrymple's farm near Casselton. In 1984, Graham
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Facebook announces licensing deals with Kobalt, HFA/Rumblefish and Global Music Rights

Announcing the news via a blog written by head of music business development and partnerships Tamara Hrivnak, Facebook has signed terms with Kobalt Music Publishing, HFA/Rumblefish platform and Global Music Rights. SESAC scooped up HFA/Rumblefish in 2015 as part of its Harry Fox Agency
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Column: Catawba County history well worth exploring

Before our talk ended, Richard shared that CVCC has started a publishing enterprise. “We call it Red Hawk Publications,” said Richard. The editor-in-chief is Robert Canipe, a CVCC professor of English and former bookstore owner. “[Getting into the publishing business] came out of doing the polio book.
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Get crafty in the beer aisle: try one of these five local best sellers

When it comes to having beer on hand for guests, local craft beer is the way to go. It's more popular than ever, said Sam Perry, adult beverage manager at Baker's on 156th Street and West Dodge Road. “People will go to craft beer today, almost more than domestic,” he said. “If you're younger than 40,
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Missing Penn student found dead, homicide investigation launched

The friend told police that Bernstein walked off while he was in a bathroom. Police said then they did not consider the friend a suspect. Jamie-Lee Josselyn, associate director for recruitment for creative writing at Penn, called the death “confusing” and a “mystery,” describing Bernstein as a student who
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8 Things to Know About Oprah's Longtime Beau Stedman Graham

Stedman is an accomplished writer, having published 11 self-help, motivational and business books, including two New York Times best-sellers, between 1995 and 2012. 2. He's a father and a grandfather. Graham has a 42-year-old daughter, Wendy, from his previous marriage, who welcomed a baby
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Lonely Planet Kids expands in US market

The children's imprint of travel publisher Lonely Planet—Lonely Planet Kids—has announced several new hires as part of its ongoing expansion in the US market, reports Publishers Weekly. Hanna Otero took up the role of publisher on 8 January, succeeding former publisher Tim Cook. Lisa Ford has
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Michael Wolff's book 'Fire and Fury' debuts at No. 1 on The New York Times' best sellers list

Sargent told the Journal that “hundreds of thousands of e-books” have been purchased since last Friday, when the book was released. The Times list, which was released on Wednesday, reflects book sales through January 6. In the book publishing world, The Times list is the most important ranking of
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Oops: 'Fire and Fury' Author Hasn't Sold Nearly as Many Copies of Anti-Trump Book as He Claims

“Because of potential distribution issues related to the early release coupled with high demand, it may take a few weeks to see exactly where this book will land in comparison to other political best-sellers of the last few years.” Additionally, the 29,000 number does not include ebook sales, which have
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Hardie Grant acquires Rowntree travel title

Hardie Grant publisher Melissa Kayser described Rowntree as 'the face of Australian travel' and 'an authority when it comes to anything travel related' due to her extensive television experience. 'The opportunity to collaborate with Catriona to create a guidebook for the biggest booming travel industry is
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