Beijing Wisdom & Culture Co. acquired iUniverse title Conflict — The Unexpected Gift: Making the Most of Disputes in Life and Work, to publish in Chinese.
iUniverse author of Rescuing Hope, Susan Norris named southeastern U.S. Spokesperson for feature film "Caged No More" starring Emmy Award–winning actress Loretta Devine.
Babygate by Dina Bakst, Phoebe Taubman and Elizabeth Gedmark is acquired by The Feminist Press.
It’s The Way You Say It by Carol A. Fleming, Ph.D., is acquired by Berrett-Koehler.
My Mother’s Secret by J. L. Witterick, is acquired by G.P. Putnam’s Sons, an imprint of Penguin Group.
Why Wait To Be Great? by Terry Hawkins is acquired by Berrett-Koehler.
The Jew with the Iron Cross: A Record of Survival in WWII Russia, and Now Titled Unlikely Warrior: A Jewish Soldier in Hitler's Army by Georg Rauch, is acquired by Farrar, Straus and Giroux/Macmillan.
Within Arm’s Length by Dan Emmett was acquired by St. Martin's Press.
iUniverse titles picked up by traditional publishers include The Brutality of War: A Memoir of Vietnam by Gene Dark was acquired by Pelican Publishing, and Still Alice by Lisa Genova, acquired by Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.
To offer authors an increased range of publishing services, improve efficiency and decrease book production costs, iUniverse operations move to the Author Solutions, LLC., headquarters in Bloomington, Ind.
Author Solutions, LLC., the leading company in the world focused on helping authors publish, promote and sell their books, acquired iUniverse in September.
The first iUniverse title to hit The New York Times best-seller list is author Amy Fisher’s book If I Knew Then.
iUniverse sells more than 500,000 books, with nearly 10,000 titles published.
The iUniverse book Love and Liberation, by Ralph Fertig hit number four on Los Angeles Times best-seller list.
iUniverse is founded.
Barnes & Noble begins offering iUniverse books online and in store.