Morning Coffee – 5 March 2018

Morning Coffee - 5 March 2018 Morning Coffee

Here are a few stories to read this morning.

  1. The author of ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ almost never got published (NY Post)
  2. The new Scandi noir? The Korean writers reinventing the thriller (Guardian)
  3. Project Gutenberg blocks German users after court rules in favor of Holtzbrinck subsidiary (Teleread)
  4. Your Interactive Makes Me Sick (Source)

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2 Comments on Morning Coffee – 5 March 2018

  1. That “Wrinkle in Time” story is another in a long line that should remind all writers (aspiring or otherwise) how great it is to have the option to remain indie nowadays.

  2. “Famous Author’s Famous Book Was Rejected X Number of Times” is a hardy perennial that newspapers and websites like to publish that means nothing other than that persistence sometimes pays off in a big way. “Famous Author Got Her Famous Book Published” isn’t newsworthy enough to bait frustrated wannabe writers.

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