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We're at an epic point in the history of the book.

sourcebookslogoEbooks, reading devices, retailers and e-tailers, software and apps, and all the cool things we haven't even imagined yet are changing the face of reading, entertainment and learning. Sourcebooks Next is our blog looking not from the perspective of pundit or prognosticator, but from the perspective of a publisher deeply engaged in the workings of the transformation.


The Buzz @ Sourcebooks

sourcebookslogoBy far the most important things we do are on behalf of our thousands of authors.

The Buzz @ Sourcebooks captures just some of the great features and news about our authors generated by our relentless, energetic marketing and publicity teams.

New York Times and USA Today Bestsellers

Congratulations, Georgette Heyer, Jill Mansell, Teresa J. Rhyne, Dodinsky, Megan Mulry, Judith Merkle Riley, Susanna Kearsley, Julie Ann Walker, Olivia Cunning and Grace Burrowes!

The Dog Lived (and So Will I)
Shadowy HorsesThe Firebird

So far in 2013, Sourcebooks has landed FOURTEEN titles on the New York Times and USA Today Bestseller lists!

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Spotlight Title: I'm Not Her

“Janet Gurtler’s fine portrayal of a family in crisis from the point of view of high-school freshman Tess Smith is completely honest and realistic. The writing is crisp and the dialogue is authentic. The relationships are heartbreakingly truthful. This is a must read for teens and those of us who want to understand them.” – Sacramento Book Review

Books Change Lives

What book changed your life?

BCLWhen you read the right book at the right time, it alters your perspective. In short, books change lives. Find out here what books changed the lives of noted authors, celebrities and readers like.

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TEDxNaperville Visits Sourcebooks—talking about book publishing and the future

Friday, our friends at TedXNaperville hosted an Adventure at Sourcebooks. The theme of this year’s TedXNaperville was The Tipping Point. We are obviously part of an industry undergoing transformation and so were excited to be part of this event.

Our Editorial team talked about the publishing process: who does what at a publishing house, how retail works, how marketing and publicity work. Lots of specific information and loads of questions!! 

I talked about the different kinds of impact that digital has had on book publishing. Here's some of what we talked about:

1. The ebook transformation
* who is the ebook customer?
* are print books dead or dying?
2. How book retailing is changing
3. Different authors’ career paths
4. Authors and publishers creating new revenue streams together
You can see my presentation entitled: The Book in Transformation: A Publisher Vision for the Future on Slideshare: TEDxNaperville Visits Sourcebooks from Dominique Raccah

The TedXNaperville lineup of speakers is here: http://www.tedxnaperville.com/current-conference/

Some of the the ideas shared at TedXNaperville were livestreamed and can be seen here: http://new.livestream.com/tedx/tedxnaperville2014

Hope you enjoy!



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