This Week in Literary Links #3

Swedish Bestseller Has Last Laugh Seth Godin on Libraries, Literary Agents, and the Future of Publishing Digital Book World Launches Expert Publishing Blog Joe Konrath Believes That Writing Matters (What a Weirdo) Best Female Protagonist? 500 New Fairytales Discovered in...

/ 9 March 2012

This Week in Literary Links #2

Charlotte Bronte’s Lost Short Story to be Published Kindle Owners Lending Library Tops 100,000 Titles E-Books Not Books, Says Brooklyn Bookstore EPUB Gets Straight to the Point In U.K., More E-Books Published Than Hardcovers, for the First Time Happy Birthday,...

/ 2 March 2012

Have You Changed? (A Mini-Rant)

Have you changed? Most people don’t. Most people, if you knew them a decade ago and then left and came back, those people would be exactly the same. It’s weird. I’ve done that, actually, a few times over the past...

/ 1 March 2012

This Week in Literary Links #1

Author Raises $1 Million to Self-Publish Pottermore: What’s Going On? Barnes & Noble 3rd Quarter Results Not Looking Too Hot KDP Select Free Experiment CreateSpace File Uploading Now More Streamlined Kindle for Android, Reading Apps, & Good E-Reader Official Kindle...

/ 24 February 2012

The New Paltz Thing (Why I Wrote ALMOST HOME: The New Paltz Novel)

Under the Brooklyn el, we said we’d keep in touch, my high school buddies and I, but we knew—deep down in the dark recesses of a 1990 Summer night—that that just was not true. We were splitting up and going...

/ 16 September 2011

Almost Home Promo

To enjoy the podcast, click PLAY above, or download the MP3 file by right-clicking, and using Save Link As… To buy the entire novel as an e-book for Kindle ($2.99), click here. To buy the entire novel as an ebook...

/ 21 July 2011