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    Go Set A Watchman Essay

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    Set a Watchman”. This book has never bared publication until Ms. Lee’s new attorney Tonja Carter recently discovered a copy of the novel. Currently, Ms. Lee stands at 88 years old, and some say her mental capacity to formulate the decision regarding the publication of the book remains inadequate. Tonja Carter claims her client, Ms. Lee, has authorized her to publish the book. “Go Set a Watchman” should be published due to underlying facts embedded with possible remedies, the identity of the stakeholders, and Badaraccos’s Four Frameworks. First, “Go Set a Watchman” should become published due to the facts concerning Lee’s mental health and previous planning of the novel being published along with the possible remedies for each. The first and most important fact remains as Lee’s mental health. The fact in question pertains to Harper Lee having the mental capacity to make a decision of whether or not to publish the newly discovered book. Tonja Carter pronounces yes by describing Lee as, “a very strong, independent and wise woman who should be enjoying the discovery…

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    this she could do and say things she would not have agreed to if she was completely healthy and young. People went through her stuff to find a copy of her book, she had said in an article that she never thought anyone would find her book. “I hadn’t realized it had survived, so was surprised and delighted when my dear friend and lawyer Tonja Carter discovered it.” (Giraldi). She had said earlier years she didn't want it published, but then it was which makes means someone must have manipulated…

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    The Guardian published some of the findings from a survey by the Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society showing that independent publishing is becoming a more and more attractive route to publication. According to the survey, “writers were investing a mean of £2,470 in publishing their own work, with the median investment at £500, and typically recouping their investment plus 40%.” It also asked if writers who had independently published would do so again and eighty-six percent said that they…

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    7 Steps Toward Publishing: How To Get Your Book To Print As A First Author Congratulations! You 've finally finished your first book. Or have you? Is it really ready for print? Is it good enough? What do you do now? First off, take a deep breath and give yourself a pat on the back. Next, make a checklist of everything you need to do, beginning with the following seven steps: 1. Polish Your Manuscript Publishers can 't be sold on an idea, even if it 's an amazing one. Your manuscript must be…

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    Glassbook Success

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    Internet and available to read on the Glassbook eBook reader for only $2.50 (Fischer 3). The anticipation for King’s novel was so immense that his readers crashed the server (Guthrie 15). In 48 hours, about half a million copies where downloaded (Striphas 36). In the first 24 hours, 4.62 copies were downloaded per second. Overall, about 600,000 copies were distributed. In publishing Riding the Bullet solely online, King earned $450,000 in net profits in comparison to the $10,000 that he would…

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    Introduction Nowadays, technology has many affects in our lives. There are many activities have become more simple because of using technology. In other words, it is possible to say that technology has made our lives easier. To illustrate, many people have changed the way to read book. Before, people who have a habit of reading book used to go to store to buy the hard copy book; however, today, it is more convenient to read eBook because it is faster to find out where to buy the book, they are…

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    Why is Identical Banned there are many reasons books are banned.a good example of a banned book is a book called “Identical”by Ellen Hopkins.this book is banned because of its material you will understand the more i talk about it. a book can be banned for many different reasons violence, foul language, sexual abuses, drugs, rape.By examming this book and researching this book I understand why this book is banned. the first reason this book is banned is because of the sexual content in this…

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    Textbook Price

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    years with very little change in these textbooks, so their profits increases extremely. Publishers are now releasing new editions that are bundled with DVDs, CDs and study guides that are unnecessary and useless to most students and professors. These bundles are a scheme to justify the high cost of the new editions. There are 310 “General Education” publishers in the United States. Of those 310, five dominant companies stand out and control the publishing industry: Cengage Learning, Houghton…

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    Growth Of Ebooks Essay

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    With the constantly changing trends of the rise of printed books and stagnant growth of ebooks, the fields for both books and ebooks’ capitals remain the same as it always have been, “A field is a structured space of social position which can be occupied by agents and organizations, and in which the position of any agent or organization depends on the type and quantity of resources or ‘capital’ they have at their disposal.” (Thompson 3-4). The field is the specific structure of a publishing…

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    The main flaw in Camacho’s argument occurred when his article contradicted itself regarding promotional opportunities provided by traditional publishers versus self-publishers. He initially explained that publishing companies will assist a new writer with marketing more than a direct publisher would, stating, “The direct-published author still misses out on the promotional efforts offered by the traditional publisher” (Camacho 330). He insists that assistance with marketing is an important…

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