Discover valuable insights from Han-Son Lee, CEO of DaddiLife, in his exclusive blog post for Palamedes. Gain wisdom on learning from failure, prioritizing audience needs, and overcoming stigmas against self-publishing.Read More
Join critically-acclaimed travel writer Emma Strandberg on a journey of resilience and determination as she shares her experience of self-publishing her second book, ‘Where the f**k is Blönduós?’
Faced with the challenges of going solo without her previous publisher and literary agent, Emma’s story is a testament to the sacrifices, dogged determination, and unwavering belief that fuelled her labour of love.Read More
Julian Doyle, the Monty Python filmmaker and all-round Big Screen legend, reveals his favourite places in the world to read, write and edit his books and screenplays in this fascinating, exclusive blog for PRscribe by Palamedes.Read More
Disruptive technologies have fuelled a publishing revolution. In the space of just a few decades, digital platforms have unshackled authors from traditional gatekeepers, while e-books and audiobooks have transformed the reading experience. Self-publishing and print-on-demand services have thrived, as readers demand both convenience and authenticity. The future, driven by innovations like augmented reality and blockchain-based publishing, promises to further redefine the industry.
But as publishers take steps to stay relevant in the digital age – and keep pace with changing technologies and market trends – their core mission must remain focused on identifying, nurturing, and promoting quality literature for the next generation, writes the travel author Emma Strandberg in her second exclusive post for PRscribe.Read More
Guenther Primig is a renowned horror writer whose success in the genre has captivated readers worldwide. With a unique and chilling storytelling style, his bestselling Gwenna Luna books are long-established, critically-acclaimed favourites with readers and the media alike. In this exclusive post for PRscribe, Guenther reveals his take on what makes a book truly scary – and a chainsaw massacre isn’t one of them.Read More