I was surfing through some of the blogs on WordPress and came across this interesting post … and as a cat lover, I feel compelled to share my find: Paws, Pee, and Mice: Cats Among Medieval Manuscripts. (And it is related to writing.) Enjoy!
Another website has opened up, to give self-published authors more visibility: IndieReader.com. Read the article here in the Christian Science Monitor. IndieReader.com describes itself as being “For self-published and print-on-demand books and the readers who love them.” Founder Amy Holman Edelman proposes to do for self-published books what Sundance has […]
James Gleick has an intriguing essay in this Sunday’s NY Times, How to Publish Without Perishing. Although I’m an aspiring author, I’ve always thought that Google’s efforts to make millions of books available online was a great thing. Yes, copyright should be protected (published authors, please note: if I can […]
Remember my rank about self-published authors needing book reviewers in order to gain legitimacy? Well, one such reviewer just contacted me! Floyd M. Orr , a self-published author himself, offers to read and review iUniverse publications at his website, POD Book Reviews & More. He doesn’t mince words when it […]