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Why Every Self-Published Author Needs to Read “The Fine Print”

With a title like “”, Mark Levine’s book isn’t the most sexy-sounding book you’ll ever read, but it might be one of the most influential. In this updated edition, author and book publishing expert Mark Levine shares his wisdom on the legal, publishing, and marketing details self-published authors often miss in the excitement of getting […]

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Book Review of The Disembodied by Anthony Hains

“The Gray Man has a long history. No one knows when he started appearing or even who he is–or was. There are speculations, mind you, but like every other speculation, there’s nothing beyond legend and old sea–captain yarns. He is a ghost–that much is known-and unlike some ghosts, if you see him, you know that […]

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Like Notting Hell | Book Review: The Square by Rosie Millard

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Guest post by Michele Woodger Rosie Millard’s The Square is yet another lightweight novel set in a posh London neighbourhood. Books in this genre – like Notting Hell, Mutton and The Hive – are often highly commercialised, aimed at women and usually written by journalists looking to branch out from their quasi-satirical weekend newspaper columns. […]

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