In my past video Kindle Publishing Alternatives: How Pronoun Publishing Favors the Self Publisher (Here’s the blog post.), I discussed how the Pronoun Publishing Company has the self publisher’s best interests at heart. But, what …
In past videos, I shared a couple Kindle publishing alternatives in Smashwords and Draft2Digital. However, you may be surprised to know other viable Kindle publishing alternatives have yet to be …
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But I have relied on Professor Baron’s work in the past, frequently having occasion to cite his listing of failed attempts to create an epicene third-person-singular pronoun in English. I have every reason to expect that when I open his book I will find it to be solid and well-informed. You can trust Dr. Pronoun.
As singular they edges into grudging acceptance in the stodgy world of stylebooks after half a dozen centuries of perfectly fine use elsewhere, it’s about time we got some reliable information about what is going on in the language and how we deal with our pronouns.
The site will not create new accounts or allow the publishing of any new titles, and distribution of Pronoun ebooks will end on 15 January 2018.
In the US, Macmillan has announced it is closing its self-publishing platform Pronoun, after acquiring the company in May 2016, reports Publishers Weekly.