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Book Haven, Monday
Another Monday, another day at the book store, messing about on her laptop. Well, until she got pinged by a familiar person she hadn't spoken to or heard from in, like, six years. Joshua's old physics professor was checking up on her. Claudia felt all warm and squishy inside. The guy'd always been pretty charming. It wasn't every college professor who bothered to pay attention to his student's ten...
Published: 4 years, 9 months ago (Mon, 10 Jan 2011 19:44:30 PST); 634 bytes
Kindle Version of Essays/Columns Book
The Kindle version of my book is finally live! There's even a nice free downloadable sample to view (which for some odd reason didn't work well for the poetry book, sharing only a contents page). This took me a lot of focus and work over the past two weeks, since I had to manually redo all the formatting in HTML. Thanks to the Cheshire Cat, who recommended downloading Kindlegen, I was able to generate...
Published: 4 years, 9 months ago (Mon, 10 Jan 2011 22:54:20 PST); 1100 bytes
Book Review: The Dark Griffin (SPOILERS WITHIN!!!!)
I'm going to put this out there first and foremost: I love cheesy books and movies. I've watched movies such as This Island Earth and The Happening more times than I can count, and have an entire shelf dedicated to bad, but lovable Star Trek novellas, urban fantasy heroines with the tough exterior (but heaving bosoms when it comes to the vampire/ware/fae/other of their dreams), and animal-bonding sagas...
Published: 4 years, 8 months ago (Sun, 06 Feb 2011 20:01:45 PST); 9101 bytes
Book Haven, Monday
Claudia had decided she couldn't let Stan out of her sight, so he was hanging out in the book store with her, today. "Come on," he said. "The bowling alley's not that far away!" "And risk you trying to build an AI in the arcade machines? No." "But these books are all really old! " "Suck it up, short stack. You're the one who decided to dismantle a stove." Stan sulked. "It wasn't gonna be a ...
Published: 4 years, 8 months ago (Mon, 14 Feb 2011 19:21:58 PST); 706 bytes
Let's Not Discuss Twilight as Literature, Consider it a Good Book
Twilight Series, Book 1: ‘Twilight’ REVIEW Let’s Not Discuss Twilight as Literature, Consider it a Good Book G.K. Chesterton once talked about the Penny Dreadful ; and George Orwell, the Good Bad Book Twilight belongs among these labels. The Penny Dreadfuls are those novels that linger through the old world, attempting to mirror Medieval prejudices...
Published: 4 years, 8 months ago (Sat, 12 Feb 2011 09:12:34 PST); 26 Kb
How Do I Become a Book Editor?
If you decide to make your career as book editor to find out misprints or mistakes in books or newspapers or love to read then become a professional book editor. In current technology plant book editor job or book editing is very competitive platform compare to other industry but increase of internet book editing job make little bit easy. A person can be good book editor through proper training, education...
Published: 4 years, 8 months ago (Tue, 08 Feb 2011 08:43:44 PST); 2857 bytes
A Book and a Chat with Julie Kagawa
Back in October 2010 I had Natasha Wilson , one of the main editors of Harlequin Teen on the show. Amongst the authors we chatted about was Julie Kagawa my guest on today’s “ A Book and a Chat ”. Julie was one of the debut authors of 2010 whose books received rave reviews in the YA blogosphere, successful "Iron King" , was followed towards the end of 2010 by a second equally successful...
Published: 4 years, 9 months ago (Sat, 15 Jan 2011 19:02:12 PST); 4700 bytes
daffodils and cherry blossoms
2/19/11 Saturday Generally this was a very good day. I had a dream that Sarah-san and Sam had come to get me. Not sure how they managed this since they’re not allowed in the house. (“Daring prison break!” as Sarah-san put it when I texted them about it.) Then I had a dream about Digimon! Season 3, and it was Impmontastic. Since I had made plans to hang out with Sarah-san and Sam on Sunday...
Published: 4 years, 7 months ago (Tue, 22 Feb 2011 06:15:59 PST); 9304 bytes
Another book review! This time for the book The Miracle of Mercy Land by River Jordan! Definitely not a book I would normally pick up from the book shelf or book store. Or pick it for a reading book for an Language Arts class. But surprisingly, it was a decent read. Mercy Land is a lovable character and Doc is just a hoot and a puzzle. Jordan paints a wonderful picture of the Bay City...
Published: 4 years, 8 months ago (Sat, 05 Feb 2011 22:35:57 PST); 1184 bytes
Keret's book #1 in 2010 at Tzomet Sfarim chain
According to Globes economic magazine, Keret's " Suddenly, a Knock on the Door " was the best selling book in 2010 at Tzomet Sfarim (leading Israeli book store chain), outselling Stieg Larsson's " The girl with the Dragon Tattoo " and Dan Brown's " The Lost Symbol " .
Published: 4 years, 8 months ago (Sat, 12 Feb 2011 14:41:57 PST); 909 bytes
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