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Big-hitters wrangle over insolvent Friday Project



  Posted on 12/03/2008

The wrangle for the bones of failed "blook" publisher The Friday Project heated up this morning, with Random House joining HarperCollins in talks to buy the company's list before it goes into liquidation.
Founded in 2005, The Friday Project (TFP) won much publicity for its exclusive focus on publishing material that started life in the blogosphere

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Posted by :  Scriber at 23:19 on 02 April 2008
Any 'wrangling' is over. TFP went into liquidation on the 31st March. HarperCollins have taken it over as an imprint, selecting some of the titles to take onboard.

Sadly, not my two thrillers which they were to release four days after the liquidation! If any agent out there would like a three book crime series, edited and ready to go, please see my showcase page on WriteWords or go to www.ronmorgans.com

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