February links

I haven’t much time this month to harvest links, but here are a few that caught my eye.

 

* Do we really need a reader’s manifesto?

* Selling books, one at a time. Not sure it’ll catch on here.

* Writers are lazy? Foolish children.

* I, for one, am pleased that royalties no longer need to be paid when we sing Happy Birthday.

* I confess: I don’t follow JKR or debates about her work. So I found this quite interesting. Why would someone tell an author “enough, already”?

* I think I side with Milan on this one. Kenyon’s idea wasn’t that original.

* A business-driven approach to publishing. Not a bad idea?

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