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Trump Family Sues to Block Publication of Tell-All Memoir

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The suit, filed in Queens County (NY) Surrogate’s Court, seeks to enjoin Trump’s niece Mary L. Trump and her publisher, Simon & Schuster, from proceeding with the publication of 'Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man', citing a sweeping confidentiality clause signed in 2001 when the estate of the president’s father, Fred Trump Sr., was settled.

Zondervan Leadership Team Moves to Nashville

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HCCP has named two Nashville-based Nelson executives to head the company's Zondervan Books and Zondervan Thrive imprints, which had been located in Grand Rapids, Mich. Webster Younce is now v-p and publisher of the imprints, and Paul Fisher is v-p of marketing.

Court Refuses to Block Publication of Bolton Memoir

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A federal judge on Saturday swiftly rejected the Department of Justice's motion for a temporary restraining order blocking publication of former national security adviser John Bolton's memoir 'The Room Where it Happened,' but suggested that Bolton still faces stiff penalties for his "unilateral" decision to push ahead with publication without a formal release from government reviewers.

LMBPN Feeds “Whale Readers”

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After just a few years in business, LMBPN Publishing has more than 700 titles in its backlist and has expanded into new genres, formats, and languages—and its aggressive publishing model is keeping e-book readers happy.

NBCC Names Temporary President, Will Delay Awards Deliberations

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At a meeting yesterday, the remaining members of the National Book Critics Circle's board of directors named a new temporary president and decided to put deliberations for its annual awards on hold as the organization regroups following a week of infighting and the exodus of more than half of its board members.

Six Publishers Plan Indie Shindig

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The new program is aimed at promoting new books to independent booksellers in the absence of the numerous trade shows that have been postponed because of the coronavirus.