All authors have at one time been debut authors, and most can still remember the debutante’s bizarre state of mind pre-publication: the cognitive dissonance of “odds are against my book succeeding” and “I could be the Next Big Thing.” The literary cat that is simultaneously alive and dead, a success and a failure. 547 more words
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AIR UNIVERSITY AND THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE – ABSTRACT and Intro
I recently wrote a paper detailing some information related to a transformation taking place at the US Air Force’s Air University. 465 more words
#scotbookconf | The Retail Challenge and Consumer Insight: "We have a good story to tell but often retail is taken for granted."
Giving a little background into the issue of the retail challenge, David Lonsdale of the Scottish Retail Consortium questions, “What’s happening, why, and what can we do about it?” 462 more words
#scotbookconf | Amina Shah, Scottish Library & Information Council: "The ethos of libraries is equality for opportunity."
Publishing Scotland Conference – COSLA – 24th February 2015.
“We don’t get out enough and talk to booksellers and publishers,” says Amina Shah, CEO of the Scottish Library and Information Council. 416 more words