Lancashire Evening Post Student lands six-figure publishing deal Lancashire Evening Post A former Lancashire student has landed a six-figure deal for her debut novel about a tragedy-stricken Mormon family.
Philly.com 7 Books To Get Hooked On Now That 'Breaking Bad' Is Over Huffington Post But how to redirect the hours spent obsessing over the show--and the emotional turmoil over Walter White's transformation into Heisenberg--into something new?
One of the neat things about this conference is that they had a large bookstore for local indie booksellers, Canadian publishers, and indie authors. Anyone who presents workshops or sits on panels at the conference is invited to have their book available, so of course I took advantage of this.
The Guardian Tony Birch: 'Too many Australians remain ignorant of Aboriginal writing' The Guardian No book left the impression on me that Kes did. I was convinced that it had travelled the globe to find me.
New York Magazine Are Romance-Simulator Apps the New Romance Novels? New York Magazine I haven't been much of a gamer since I gave up the Sims in middle school — but I still remember the thrill of my Sims' first kiss.
Fall's Brooklyn Book Festival, to be held September 22nd this year, has evolved into the biggest public book event in NYC—authors range from Edwidge Danticat to Chuck Klosterman—and each year it features a pretty ...
The Guardian Jhumpa Lahiri on Unaccustomed Earth – Guardian book club The Guardian Many of the stories were abandoned for several years before I returned to them. The first to be conceived, and among the last to be written, was "Once in a Lifetime".
Is independent publishing the inevitable wave of the future? Amazon can now print beautiful tasteful paperbacks by indie authors on demand. When it can... (Is independent publishing the inevitable wave of the future?
Michelle Bishop's insight:
I don't generally rescoop FB posts but Anne Rice is asking a legitimate question about established authors moving into the Indie Publishing realm. What do you think?
The goal of the WWEnd Women of Genre Fiction Reading Challenge is to read 12 books — 1 each by 12 different women authors that you have not read before including 1 random author selection — in 12 months and write 12 reviews. Post your reviews here on WWEnd, or post an extract here then link back to your blog for the full review; you'll get credit either way. We'll cherry pick the best reviews to feature in the WWEnd blog.