Tagged with The Shack

Shack Attack: and now it’s all gone wrong…

THE SHACK has now gone from multi-million copy bestseller to multi-million dollar legal-disaster-in-progress as its original author and publishers have gone from being best buddies to opponents bickering over royalties. Very sad. Full story in the LA Times, The flak over ‘The Shack’, and some helpful reflections for wannabe writers from Steve Laube of The … Continue reading

Shack Attack 2 – and the web is where it’s at!

All of us bloggers already know that the web is where it’s at, of course: that’s why we’re here; but I confess that I found it rather satisfying to see that view independently confirmed in today’s Bookseller: A recent study of 5,000 internet users by PR company Fleishman-Hillard suggests the internet has eight times the … Continue reading

Shack Attack – and books on the way out?

UKCBD Blog Keep up to date with a free RSS or Email subscription:                 RSS Email As I write I have four magazines spread out before me: September’s Christian Marketplace; October’s Christianity; the Bookseller, 12 September 2008; and The future of books, a special issue Sunday supplement from The Independent, 14 September 2008, which asks, “Can … Continue reading