Monthly Archives: June 2012

Two Developments on the E-book Front This Week

So the government is heading into court to smack the hands of Apple, Macmillan and Penguin. E-book Price Fixing Trial Set for 2013 I am more interested to see what comes out in the arguments before the bench than any possible … Continue reading

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Worry About Something Else

I came across a post from Author Nathan Bransford that made me think. You can read it here With all the things writers have to worry about should posting your query online be one of them? No way. No how. One … Continue reading

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It’s a Sign

I wanted to congratulate my longest held friend Thomas Fatone on the publication of his new book, The Signs of Connecticut. As a native of the Nutmeg State I remember seeing plenty of these blue signs on various road sides. I also … Continue reading

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I Have Given up on Library E-Books

Since buying my smart phone two years ago I have seen a dramatic increase in the amount of reading I do. The convenience of e-readers on a device that’s always in my pocket has given me more opportunities to read. Alas this happened just … Continue reading

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Part 2 of POV for Writers

The folks over at the League of the IronQuill have published the second part of my three part series on Point of View for writers. Give it a look here.

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