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Librarians Study Print Books with 26+ Checkouts To Challenge HarperCollins eBook Policy - Posted March 3, 2011
Librarians at the Pioneer Library System in Oklahoma created the video embedded above, criticizing HarperCollins' new policy of only allowing 26 checkouts of a digital eBook. The video looks at five print books, showing the actual wear and tear ... [GalleyCat]

Debbie Macomber to Publish Six Novels at Random House - Posted October 4, 2010
Starting in 2012, Debbie Macomber (pictured) will publish six novels under Random House's Ballantine Bantam Dell imprint. Ballantine Bantam Dell publisher Libby McGuire... [GalleyCat]

Harlequin Celebrates 60 Years Of Provocative Cover Art - Posted May 29, 2009
Romance publisher Harlequin is celebrating its 60th anniversary with an exhibition of book covers over the years, and we couldn't help but want to celebrate with them. Today, we stopped by the opening of "Heart of a Woman: Harlequin Cover Art 1949-2009" at Openhouse Gallery on Mulberry Street in Little Italy, a... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Harlequin Celebrates 60 Years Of Provocative Cover Art - Posted May 29, 2009
Romance publisher Harlequin is celebrating its 60th anniversary with an exhibition of book covers over the years, and we couldn't help but want to celebrate with them. Today, we stopped by the opening of "Heart of a Woman: Harlequin Cover Art 1949-2009" at Openhouse Gallery on Mulberry Street in Little Italy, a... [FishbowlNY]

The Slow-Building Success of Debbie Macomber - Posted May 15, 2007
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer talks to the "least-known bestselling author" Debbie Macomber, whose latest foray into women's fiction started its publishing life in the No. 8 slot on last week's New York Times best-seller list. She tells John Marshall about starting out in paperback and how a jump to hardcover meant "rebuilding... [GalleyCat]

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