Best Seller List | Amy Edelman
Dear A. – I am writing to express my gratitude for your gift. There are no sufficient words, but please accept my sincerest thank you. Yours, R. She writes me back. I didn’t expect that. She tells me she’s a lover of chicken pizza and video games, a hot sorority girl with the nickname Sloth. […]
IR Book Review | Amy Edelman
By Bonnie McKernan
Mae Kendrick, born in Ireland, has lived with her aunt and uncle in New York since her infancy, and has grown into an accomplished painter and a lovely woman. Her relatives are concerned, however, by her lack of potential husbands after a failed engagement.
Observation | Amy Edelman
While the mainstream media’s current mode of thinking is that self-pubbed authors are nothing more than trad pubbed wanna-be’s, unable to create something original, the evidence—at least in the case of the throbbingly hot New Adult fiction category—seems to point to a much different scenario.
IR Interview | Amy Edelman
…er, whose book–The Revolution Was Televised–was reviewed by The New York Times
Correction | Amy Edelman
Yes, they have repeatedly cracked The New York Times best seller list and are being picked up by traditional publishers for lots of money at a blindingly fast pace. But most mainstream media still won’t review their work. In other words, they are still not viewed as equal to trad pubbed authors (this, despite that fact that Touchstone, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, has just released a memoir by the 25 year singer, Ke$ha).
News | Amy Edelman
After featuring them on their best seller lists—mostly via the inclusion of ebooks a little over two years ago—The New York Times has finally reviewed a self-published book.