by Bibliocrunch • August 19, 2014
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The 90s continued through the millennium to today, where self-publishing and many online forms of publishing are beginning to dominate the market and really challenge the traditional form of publishing that we had once been so accustomed to working with.
by Bibliocrunch • August 12, 2014
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Whereas a decade before was a real time for the development of business in publishing, the 1990s was a time for a complete redefinition of the world of publishing. After the many years, and even decades, it took for publishing to be built up into a structured business, the 90s sought to break apart this
by Bibliocrunch • July 29, 2014
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The 1960s was a decade of change in not only the social world, but the world of literature as well. It was the foundation that started the beginning of change in explored topics within literature. Though this revolution started in the 1960s, it was the 1970s that really expanded this into a reality.
by Bibliocrunch • July 22, 2014
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Earlier this summer we showed you some great summer reads for this season. Many of the books mentioned in that previous blog have grown to become very popular reads; some have even expanded into movies and/or television shows.