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Pride and Prejudice and the Three Movements in Every Love Story – By Joe Bunting – The Write Practice –

Blog lets readers interact with characters from book – By Stephanie Medeiros – Digital Journal –

Britain marks Charles Dickens’ 200th birthday – By Jill Lawless – timesunion –

How to Write a Kindle bestseller – Interview: Mark Edwards, bestselling e-book novelist – By David Price –

New African American Romance Series from Debut Author Sparkles with First Novel – By Angeline Bishop – Sacramento Bee –

8 Quick Tips for Writing Bullet Points People Actually Want to Read – by Robert Bruce – Copyblogger –

Why You Should Care About Building an Email List – By Jeff Goins –

Make a Good Impression in 30 Seconds – By Ron Ashkenas – Harvard Business Review –

Please Don’t Blog Your Book: 4 Reasons Why – By Jane Friedman –

Six Steps to Make Sure Your Site Is Ready to Go Viral – By Nacy Sthre-Vogel – Problogger –

Self-Publishing Basics: How to Organize Your Book’s Front Matter – By Joel Friedlander – The Book Designer –

Effects: Hawthorne, scarcity and showroom – By Seth Godin – The Domino Project –

Self-published ebook author becomes Amazon’s Top seller – By Alison Flood – the guardian –

John Christopher, Science Fiction Writer, Dies at 89 – By Paul Vitello – The New York Times –

On Rejection and Renewal: A Note to Aspiring Novelists – By Warren Adler – Huffington Post –



Quote(s) of the Day

“The human mind is like umbrella. It functions best when open.” – Max Gropius





Special Tribute

John Christopher, Science Fiction Writer, Dies at 89 – By Paul Vitello – The New York Times –

A prolific British science fiction writer whose “Tripods” trilogy became a perennial favorite among young American readers and inspired a popular BBC television series shown on PBS in the 1980s, died on Friday at his home in Bath, England. John was 89.