Sam Ruddock is a reader. He has been a bookseller for Waterstones and Programme Manager at the National Centre for Writing in Norwich. The first Story Machine events were created […]
Sam Missingham is a self-confessed publishing geek and book nerd. Following the launch of Lounge Books, a community for book lovers, Sam founded Lounge Marketing, a book marketing membership service […]
The whitefox team attended the London Book Fair again this year, and it was a very exciting and busy 3 days! Thanks to all of you who came by our table […]
Ginny Carter, The Author Maker, is a business-book ghostwriter, book-writing coach, and author. She’s on a mission to transform entrepreneurs, coaches, and consultants from everyday experts into respected leaders and […]
SokoGlam is an e-commerce start-up that sold Korean beauty products to the US and UK. The site gained popularity through its blog written by co-founder, Charlotte Cho. The blog featured information and stories about each product, including features on skincare and make-up and trends in the marketplace. The beauty market, particularly in Asian e-commerce, was crowded and SokoGlam had several direct competitors.
We read Ros Barber’s piece in the Guardian yesterday about why she would never self-publish. To each their own of course, but we couldn’t help but notice some holes in her arguments.
We spoke to Hattie Adam-Smith, Senior Marketing Manager at Michael Joseph and one of 2016’s Unsung Heroes of Publishing, about how she got her start in publishing, a typical day at her office and her favourite reads.