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Morning Coffee – 25 May 2018

25 May, 2018 // 1 Comment

Here are a few stories to read this Friday morning. Fourteen writers share their favorite Phillip Roth novel. According to the Writer's privacy policy, I make no promises that I won’t eat your [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 23 May 2018

23 May, 2018 // 6 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Wednesday morning. Apparently a lot of companies are screwing up their GDPR compliance (which is understandable because it's harder than it looks). Thomas [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 21 May 2018

21 May, 2018 // 3 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning. Can't find enough time for writing? Check out these six tips. Google has reached the inevitable tipping point: it has sacrificed its ethics for its [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 18 May 2018

18 May, 2018 // 0 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Friday morning. Waterstones is going to stop pretending to be an indie bookseller. Authors are suing Cengage over its textbook subscription service. There's only [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 16 May 2018

16 May, 2018 // 7 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Wednesday morning. Sigil has a new accessibility plugin. What's the better reading app for Windows 10.(their site is broken) Finland has some ugly-ass library [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 14 May 2018

14 May, 2018 // 2 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning. Whitewashing isn't the only way that Hollywood alters books. The Writer ... struggles to shake the sense that he’s an imposter and that at any [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 11 May 2018

11 May, 2018 // 2 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Friday morning. An author has stepped up to save an adult literacy program. Bezos reveals why Amazon first focused on books. Torrentfreak illustrates the problem [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 9 May 2018

9 May, 2018 // 0 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Wednesday morning. LitHub details some of the more buzzworthy million dollar advances. Techdirt delves into why paywalls won't save news publishing. Mike Shatzkin [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 7 May 2018

7 May, 2018 // 0 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning. LitReactor has some marketing tips that fall squarely in the category don't try this at home. In 2009, Cormac McCarthy sold his Olivetti Lettera 32 [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 4 May 2018

4 May, 2018 // 1 Comment

Here are a few stories to read this Friday morning. Newship explains how to promote podcasts on sociamedia. LtHub explains the many excuses used to ignore the work of women writers. Federal Bureau of [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 2 May 2018

2 May, 2018 // 0 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Wednesday morning. Be sure to check out Wakamai Fondue, the site that answers the question “what can my #font do?”  A lot of Norwegians are reading books, [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 1 May 2018

1 May, 2018 // 0 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Tuesday morning. David Gaughran has distilled the work of bookselling/marketing into a process called the reader's journey. Laura O.Grady argues [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 30 April 2018

30 April, 2018 // 4 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning. Deanna Cabinian has tips on how to avoid burnout as a writer. The Federal Bureau of Prisons is considering banning prisoners from receiving books [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 27 April 2018

27 April, 2018 // 3 Comments

Here are a few stories to read this Friday morning. Frances Caballo has tips on how authors can launch and grow a FB group. Wired has a detailed history of government attempts to build backdoors into [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 25 April 2018

25 April, 2018 // 3 Comments

On this Wednesday morning: The Outline makes the history of page numbers into a page turner.   David Gaughran pokes holes in ReviewMeta's claims about its ability to detect fake product reviews.  [Read More ...]
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