Yesterday marked the publication of Bob Marshall-Andrews’s CAMILLE and the Lost Diaries of Samuel Pepys.
So what. Another day, another book released into a world awash with new releases. Surely there are already too many choices to make?
An astonishing statistic this week: nearly one fifth of Londoners are registered as self-employed. Actually, looking at the publishing industry landscape, it’s not all that surprising. As businesses across a range of industries look to cut overheads, reducing the number of in-house staff and relying on outsourcing jobs to freelancers is an increasingly popular option.