I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I opened Queen of Crows. I knew that the ebook consisted of a short story and some bonus content, and that the story had something to do with Native Americans… but that’s about it. I was given a copy to review, so for those of you keeping […]
As you may remember, I have to children – Tadpole1 and Tadpole2. Tadpole1 is still struggling with his reading and hasn’t developed a love of books. The more I push the more he resists, so I’ve stopped pushing for the time being. Tadpole2, on the other hand, loves books. Maybe that’s partially because she just […]
A few weeks ago, the horror review site Flames Rising held a contest called “Tell Peter Straub Your Worst Nightmare“. Previously, FR had interviewed Straub about his latest book and allowed readers to submit their own questions. There’s something deeply personal about our dreams and nightmares, don’t you think? Sharing them with others means laying open the deepest […]
Book lovers rejoice! You have the opportunity to influence the world of literature. Who hasn’t found themselves hating a book that the critics rave about? Clearly you have superior taste in literature, right? Now’s your chance to demonstrate it. The Preditors & Editors Readers’ Choice polls are open for voting, and there are two important […]
Old school book publishers have a love-hate relationship with ebooks. On one hand, it costs less to produce an e-book than it does a paper book (although not THAT much less). On the other hand, even with ebook sales experiencing impressive double-digit growth this year, profits from those sales account for a small percentage of […]
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