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Do you read a book or listen to it?

I’ve just written an essay comparing ebooks and traditional print books, trying to figure out if the two formats are competing against each other or if they in fact complement one another. 911 more words


Yearly Plans And How To Write A Novella In 24 Hours

So far this January, I’ve spent most of my time knee-deep in editing land. After stalling a bit during the holidays at the end of last year, I rediscovered my drive and it feels good to be making progress again. 443 more words


Cailin Reads: Pines, Wayward, The Last Town by Blake Crouch

Yes, technically this is three books. But since only one of them is a new read for me I’m only counting it as a single title for the purposes of my annual reading goal. 501 more words

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Microsoft Making Late Entry In E-Books To Take On Amazon

Nearly 10 years after Amazon introduced its Kindle e-book business, Microsoft has decided finally the time is right for a Windows competitor.

The next update to Windows 10, known as the Creators Update and expected in April, includes a new e-book section in Microsoft’s digital media store, which already sells movies, TV shows, games and music. 243 more words


New eBook Encourages Managers to Develop Coaching Skills

Regular communication using coaching skills is essential for bringing out the best in people. A new eBook just published by The Ken Blanchard Companies identifies coaching as the single most important managerial competency that separates highly effective managers from average ones. 203 more words


The Doppelganger Protocol (The remnants of war, Book 2) by Patrick Astre

“Post 9-11, the CIA began developing “Chupacabra”—genetically engineered animals—to track and kill insurgents in Afghanistan. Now the program is complete… and in Russian hands.

The first mission: eliminate an undercover agent before he can hand-off secret information. 419 more words