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Ingram Digital and Oxford University Press Team Up to Make More Titles Available

May
05

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Mariana McCulley (919) 459-6455 May 5, 2008

LAVERGNE, TN – Ingram Digital today announced an agreement with the world’s largest university press, Oxford University Press (OUP), to make available a comprehensive list of OUP titles through Ingram Digital’s MyiLibrary TM platform, a leading aggregator of online e-book and e-content resources.

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Novelist's Brief Giveaway Tempts Fans

May
02

Romance novelist, Madison Martin, offers though her website, www.madisonmartinbooks.com, a contest for a few lucky fans to win autographed pairs of underwear designs inspired by her new erotic romance novel.

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Dispatches From a Public Librarian - Now in Book Form

Apr
29

A recent joint study by the Pew Internet and American Life Project and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign revealed a stand-out fact: While many people think of public libraries as a place parents take their kids for story-time or a destination for retirees who don’t want to spend their Social Security checks on books, the reality is young adults are actually the heaviest users. The library of today—with its bank of personal computers and its corner café—is a whole lot different from the one most Americans grew up with.

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Hurray for Hollywood; The Hollywood Librarian Could Use Your Help

Apr
29

Have you seen the documentary "The Hollywood Librarian"? Would you like others to see it too? "Hollywood" could use a helping hand.

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Back2Press Books Launched—New Imprint Seeks Unhappy Authors Whose Books Failed After Selling 100,000+ Copies

Apr
24

Why are authors whose books sold over 100,000 copies often not happy? Because many have asked themselves: “If my book could sell 100,000 copies, why not a million?”

According to Lynne W. Scanlon, founder and publisher of the new imprint, Back2Press Books, the answer is that it could have … and it should have … and it still can.

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