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5 Lessons about Book Covers from Romance Novels

With Valentine’s Day here again and the stench of love in the air it’s time to discuss a certain type of book: romance novels.  Romance novels often have a poor reputation and at least part of that is due to … Continue reading

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Q&A with Tom Masters

One of the sites I stumbled across while reading advice for unpublished authors was the fantastic Future Perfect Publishing. On the site Tom Masters discusses the changes that technology has brought about in the publishing industry and he was kind … Continue reading

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Twitterature

A collection of newsworthy book tweets Whether or not the internet will destroy the print industry seems to be a constant conversation these days. Some are sure books are on their way out, others believe in the ability of the … Continue reading

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Greg Zimmerman Talks About Blogging Books

Greg Zimmerman writes The New Dork Review of Books and was willing to answer a few questions on his experience as a blogger. Kourtney: How did you get started blogging about books? What interested you in the idea of a blog? … Continue reading

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A Not-So-Children’s Book

Recently I’ve found a lot of talk about AS Byatt and her new novel, The Children’s Book (2009). The work is a complex story with nearly twenty characters whose personalities are flushed out as the plot winds along. It’s set … Continue reading

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