The travel writer, Emma Strandberg, writes a second, exclusive blog for Palamedes PR about the future of the publishing industry and the role that AI may play in it

Travel Writer Emma Strandberg on the Evolution of Book Publishing

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.

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The author and historian John Harris writes a blog for PRscribe by Palamedes PR

Historian John Harris on Cracking the WW2 Mystery of Rudolph Hess

Co-authors John Harris and Richard Wilbourn have been researching the Deputy Führer Rudolph Hess’ solo flight to Scotland for almost 40 years. Now, nearly four decades, six critically-acclaimed books and countless pub hours later, the pair have uncovered what they consider to be the definitive answer to one of the greatest enduring mysteries of WW2.

In this exclusive blog for PRscribe, historian John Harris discusses their publishing journey which, like most foolhardy ventures, started over a pint.

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Novelist Omara Williams writes about her remarkable publishing journey for the PRscribe blog by Palamedes PR

It’s Never Too Late to Realise Your Writing Goals | By Omara Williams

Omara Williams is an acclaimed writer of science-fiction romance whose international bestselling debut ‘The Space Traveller’s Lover’ was a Book Excellence Award finalist and a Global Book Awards winner.

In this, her first blog for PRscribe, Omara lifts the lid on why it’s never too late in life to pursue your passions and achieve your goals. With hard work, dedication and inspiration, anything and more is possible.

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The author and historian Carl Borgen writes for PRscribe, the publishing blog by Palamedes PR

Book PR was a Gamble…That Paid Off | By Carl Borgen

Carl Borgen’s books have appeared in hundreds of media outlets worldwide. He is the world’s leading expert on The Bock Saga and the first person to put Ior Bock’s story into written form. The search for the “world’s largest treasure trove” – said to be worth over $20billion – by the ‘Temple 12’ led to international fame, bestseller status, and interest from TV and film producers around the world.

Writing for the first time about his remarkable publishing journey, Carl discusses the benefits of publishing on Amazon, overcoming literary agent rejection, and the need for solid book marketing to boost book sales.

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The travel writer, Emma Strandberg, writes an exclusive blog for Palamedes PR about her publishing journey

Travel Writer Emma Strandberg on her Gruelling Publishing Journey

Travel writer Emma Strandberg spent six challenging months surviving Iceland’s bitter winter for her second, critically-acclaimed book, Where the F**k is Blönduós?

Her publishing journey was far, far harder.

In this thought-provoking, insightful blog post, Emma candidly reveals the difficulties she faced in finding a literary agent, the dilemma of self-publishing, and her quest for rightful recognition in what can feel like a cutthroat and elitist industry. Emma’s remarkable story, told here for the first time, is a testament to her resilience, meticulous planning, and the role that comprehensive research, hard work, and book marketing services play in today’s publishing landscape.

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