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Here are the latest posts about HarperCollins on Writers Write:

  • Amazon and HarperCollins Come to Terms, Sign New Deal (2015-04-14): Amazon and HarperCollins have settled their differences and inked a new deal for ebook pricing.

  • HarperCollins Launches New Imprint Called HarperElixir (2014-12-03): HarperCollins is launching a new mind, body, spirit imprint called HarperElixir. Four Agreements author Don Miguel Ruiz has already been signed.

  • HarperCollins Offers Authors Extra 10% Royalty For Using New Ecommerce Platform (2014-10-06): HarperCollins authors who use the new ecommerce platform will earn an additional 10% royalty on book sales. It's like an affiliate program for authors.

  • News Corp Buys Harlequin for $415 Million (2014-05-03): News Corp. paid $415 million to purchase Harlequin, which will become a subsidiary of HarperCollins. Harlquin has a huge international readership.

  • Patricia Cornwell Leaves Penguin for Harpercollins (2013-08-16): Patricia Cornwell is leaving Penguin for Hapercollins. Harpercollins acquired rights to Cornwell's next two novels.

  • Mitch Albom Signs Three Book Deal With HarperCollins (2013-05-02): Mitch Albom is leaving Hyperion for HarperCollins. He has signed a three book deal with Harper and the first novel will be published in November.

  • HarperCollins Launches New Digital Imprint Called HarperTeen Impulse (2012-11-26): HarperCollins has launched a new digital imprint today called HarperTeen Inpulse.

  • Johnny Depp Gets His Own Book Imprint at HarperCollins (2012-10-16): Johnny Depp just got his own book imprint.

  • HarperCollins Launches New Lifestyle Imprint Called HarperWave (2012-10-11): HarperCollins is launching a new imprint called HarperWave, a health, wellness and lifestyle imprint.

  • Federal Judge Approves Settlement in Ebook Price Fixing Case (2012-09-07): The New York Times reports that a federal judge has now approved the ebook price fixing case settlement between the Justice Department and the three settling book publishers.

  • HarperCollins Launches Paperback Imprint Called Bourbon Street Books (2012-09-05): HarperCollins Publishers has announced the launch of Bourbon Street Books, a new line of paperback mystery novels.

  • HarperCollins Forms New Christian Publishing Division (2012-07-31): HarperCollins announced today that it is launching a new Christian publishing division.

  • HarperCollins Closes Deal to Acquire Thomas Nelson (2012-07-13): HarperCollins announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Christian publisher Thomas Nelson.

  • HarperAudio to Publish 15 Titles by Bestselling Novelist Milan Kunderan (2012-04-26): HarperAudio announced today that it will publish fifteen titles by internationally bestselling Franco-Czech novelist Milan Kunderan.

  • HarperCollins Launches Comprehensive Backlist Program in Nine Independent Bookstores (2012-01-12): HarperCollins announced the launch of its new Comprehensive Backlist Program today.

  • HarperCollins to Acquire Thomas Nelson (2011-11-04): HarperCollins Publishers has announced that it will acquire religious publisher Thomas Nelson, Inc.

  • HarperCollins Rebrands Eos Books Imprint as Harper Voyager (2010-09-15): HarperCollins announced at Aussiecon IV that its fantay and science fiction imprint, Eos Books, is being rebranded as Harper Voyager.

  • Events, Readings Planned for To Kill a Mockingbird's 50th Birthday (2010-05-30): The New York Times reports that many events are planned at libraries and bookstores for the 50th anniversary of the publication of Harper Lee's novel, To Kill a Mockingbird.

  • HarperCollins Closing HarperStudio Imprint (2010-04-06): HarperStudio is closing.

  • Amazon Cuts New Ebook Deals With Simon & Schuster and HarperCollins (2010-04-01): Reuters reports that Amazon.