Silvia Hartmann’s Naked Writer Project allows fans to read her latest fantasy fiction book, The Dragon Lords, as it is being written in real-time.
I have a gift of crafting eulogies for funerals.
On Saturday, David Streitfeld of The New York Times released The Best Book Reviews Money Can Buy, a story detailing the meteoric rise and subsequent fall of Jason Rutherford’s paid book review service, a business that, in its heyday, grossed $28,000 per month.
Computer engineers and computer scientists have been one of the hardest hit professions in this economic slump.
If you’ve just given someone your business card then you failed.
Randy Cassingham is one of the first online publishers: his This is True column went online in 1994.
Amazon.com has taught readers that they do not need bookstores.
Scott Nicholson had a successful full-time job as a reporter, but his true calling was to write fiction.
The following is a guest post by Penny Carnathan.