Top 12 FutureBook blogs from 2012

Had a look at the analytics for 2012 and thought a top 12 most-read blogs list might be useful.

Here they are:

25 ways to generate better online book sales 

by Nick Atkinson


Nine truths about e-book publishing

by Emma Wright


What makes a good-looking eBook: Tips on eBook design for standard titles

by Emma Wright


The Book App is dead. Again.

by me


Ebook publishing platforms are a joke

by Baldur Bjarnason


3 important questions about digital that nobody is asking

by Nick Atkinson


Do editors not say no because they can no longer say yes?

by Agent Orange


The book was great and the typos weren't very bad

by Philip Jones


Working 9 to 9: editors are more accessible than ever

by Francesca Main


Women in digital publishing

by me


Small data, big world

by Philip Jones


The strange case of the drowning editor

by Agent Orange



Thank you to all of our bloggers, with a particular mention to Nick Harkaway for some of the most brilliant blogs here.

If you work in any area of the book trade and are interested in sharing projects and views, then please email me:

In the meantime, Happy Christmas and see you in 2013 for more publishing fun and games.


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