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No. 1026.2

He groaned again.

His head felt like it was loosely connected and may just fall off his neck and his stomach was on the verge of rebelling with every torrid step he took towards the bedroom. 271 more words

Poetry

Fiona Brownlee video interview with Publishers Inc

Publishers Inc managed to grab a few minutes of top publishing professional Fiona Brownlee‘s time at Publishing Scotland‘s annual Scottish Book Trade conference in Edinburgh in February this year. 235 more words

Industry News

How To Write A Bio/Author's Page

Conform to your genre. Write yourself as a character who would write in your book’s genre. If you’re writing a comedy, throw a few funny facts in about yourself. 274 more words

Book

PUBLISHING TODAY… AND TOMORROW?

Here are some excellent links I thought other writers/independent publishers might find interesting.

The first, from The Spectator, The Civil War For Books Where Is The Money Going… 128 more words

Why Am I Here?

I’ve started blogs before. When I was younger, about 17, I found a website called opendiary.com, and I joined as “superbrianna.” I wrote and played with my layout and got into the community.  1,542 more words

Balancing Work And Life

Reading works of friends

Initially I used to just go to my reader pane and read till I got bored, tired, but these days I am noticing that whenever I am online I see twenty, thirty posts by the same person, mostly reblogged from others, that somehow screws up the purpose of using the reader’s pane! 100 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

The family

The small ones were the happy lot! The older ones just wanted to relax a bit, a little grooming, a little lolling around.

The little ones started to taste and munch ever available specimen of green, red, pink… the new leaves of neem, the fruits from an unknown tree. 29 more words

Sharmishtha Basu