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  • ‘Fault in Our Stars’ Shines on Social Media

    Thanks to ever-growing anticipation of the June release of the film adaptation of John Green’s "The Fault in Our Stars," the 2012 novel was the most-buzzed-about book on social media in March.

  • Bookmasters Signs with Wybel

    The Wybel Marketing Group will provide sales representation throughout the Midwest for Bookmasters and its publishers.

  • Video, YouTube, and University Presses

    More and more university presses are using video content to promote academic books and their authors, with some turning to YouTube as a marketing platform.

  • Book-Based Movies Are Hot on Social Media

    In February, social media chatter was dominated by films inspired by books—six of the top 10 most-discussed books have movie adaptations either in theaters or in the works.

  • Roth Tops in Social Media

    Veronica Roth’s "Divergent," the first book in her wildly popular series of the same name, was the most-talked-about title on social media in January.

  • Another Movie Tie-in Catches Fire

    Topping the CoverCake chart in December for most talked-about book on social media was Suzanne Collins’s Catching Fire.

  • See You in 2014

    Today is the last regularly-scheduled issue of PW Daily for 2013. We will, of course, send special issues if events warrant. Readers can check the publishersweekly.com Web site for news items and industry updates. We will be back on our regular daily schedule January 2. Happy holidays to all.

  • Reddit Draws Readers, Authors, Publishers

    The books section of Reddit has become a huge -- and hugely influential -- community.

  • The 2013 PW Children's Starred Reviews Annual, Available Now

    The Publishers Weekly Children's Starred Reviews Annual is your source for the best books that 2013 has to offer.

  • ‘Catching Fire’ Red-Hot On Social Media

    Suzanne Collins's Catching Fire was the most-talked-about book on social media in November.

  • David Hyde Launches Superfan Promotions

    Former DC Entertainment and Random House publicity executive David Hyde plans to launch Superfan Promotions, a new publicity and marketing firm aimed at supporting traditional authors as well as a new generation of comics and graphic novel creators.

  • Random House Launches 'Grinch-mas'

    It's beginning to look a lot like Grinch-mas at Random House Children's Books, which kicks off its Grow Your Heart 3 Sizes promotional campaign on December 1, the newly minted National Grinch Day.

  • HarperCollins Unbound Links Print, Digital

    HarperCollins is releasing HarperCollins Unbound, a new, free app for Apple and Android smartphones that allows consumers to scan HarperCollins print books for additional digital content.

  • 'Allegiant' Dominates in October

    October was all about Allegiant.

  • Random House Acquires Figment

    Random House Children's Books has acquired Figment, an online writing community for teens founded by Jacob Lewis and Dana Goodyear in 2010 that has attracted more than 300,000 users.

  • Editor's Note: October 16 Issue

    Due to a technical issue, we were unable to send out the October 16 issue of PW Daily yesterday. Some the stories are included today. Our piece on the NBA finalists is available here and all stories, as always, are available on PW's Web site.

  • 'PW' Webcast: The Future of Epic Fantasy

    The future of epic fantasy will be explored on a PW Webcast set for 1 p.m. today.

  • ‘Dr. Sleep’ Wakes Up Social Media

    Stephen King’s follow-up to his 1977 novel The Shining was the most buzzed-about book on social media for the month of September.

  • ‘BookTV’: 15 Years and 40,000 Hours of Author-Based Programs

    BookTV, the C-SPAN program devoted to covering nonfiction titles, made its official debut on September 12, 1998.

  • Margaret Atwood Debuts New Novel ‘MaddAddam’ on Wattpad

    In a promotional event timed to coincide with the global release of Margaret Atwood’s new novel MaddAdam, her publisher, Doubleday, is teaming with Wattpad to release an exclusive essay about the book as well as excerpts from the other novels in the dystopian trilogy of which it is a part.

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