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The Pro's Of Self-Publishing

Self-Publishing is a hotly debated topic for many writers. For some, it is the Holy Grail finally discovered; allowing them to escape the evil clutches of the big publishers who bar the gates to success for any but a select, elite few. 480 more words


Introduction to Platform Events

I know this is maybe not the most sexy Salesforce feature but it is something I discovered a month ago and it really caught my attention. 1,238 more words

Event Architecture

'Always You, Edina' by V. G. Lee

Fiction – Kindle edition; Ward Wood Publishing; 242 pages; 2012.

Bittersweet and delightful are the two words that best sum up V.G. Lee’s Always You, Edina. 614 more words

Book Review

Beatrice A. Levy (1891-1942)

I added a new page on Beatrice A. Levy, who was a journalist and magazine publisher. She also operated a stationery and confectionery store at… 14 more words


'Eileen' by Ottessa Moshfegh

Fiction – Kindle edition; Vintage; 274 pages; 2016.

Ottessa Moshfegh’s Eileen was shortlisted for the 2016 Man Booker Prize. A literary/crime crossover novel, it was also shortlisted for the 2016 Gordon Burn Prize and the 2016 CWA New Blood Dagger. 669 more words

Book Review

Insights From World of Shem Part 3

In this issue I will speak about the Copyright Page and ISBN.

The consensus opinion is that you need to have your book copyrighted. Now the truth is that the moment you create the work it is considered copyrighted. 790 more words


SIGMUND FRAUD BOOKS PRESENTS… a new form of literature

Recently we set a challenge to two writers – Terrance Gonzo & Ed Spencer. It followed a conversation down the boozer about social media, withering attention spans and the yawnathon that is so much modern literature. 244 more words