6 edition of 200 Authors and How They Were Published found in the catalog.
January 16, 2006
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||493|
Steven Piersanti, President, Berrett-Koehler Publishers Updated Septem 1. The number of books being published every year has exploded. According to the latest Bowker Report (September 7, ), more than , books were self-published in the U.S. in , which is an incredible increase of % since According to Bowker Info, there were over , titles published last year, but that does include previously published authors and would also include established authors who write under pen names in addition to their own names.
The English author was 52 when his first book, Watership Down was published. Adams served in WWII and later joined the British Civil Service. Watership Down was an instant success and sold over a million copies worldwide in the first few years after Author: ich. In , there were over thousand writers and authors working in the United States, up very slightly from the previous year and still markedly higher than the figure recorded back in
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The book was discovered by Carl Hiaasen, who got it re-published by Alfred A. Knopf. The re-published Author: Erica Verrillo. Some writers, such as the fabulous Helen Oyeyemi and Jane Austen, wrote several books before they turned In many cases, including Austen's, those books were not published until many years later.
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