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1. On the Trail of Dorset's Literary Heroes
April 20, 2018

If you’re looking to visit somewhere with a rich literary heritage, one excellent choice is Dorset. Caravan parks in the county allow you to stay in cosy, comfortable accommodation that makes the perfect base from which to explore a region that has inspired countless writers throughout the years. Dorset caravan parks are dotted all throughout the county, so no matter which writer’s haunts you’re interested in visiting you’ll find somewhere to suit. Why not explore the worlds of these great authors? Thomas Hardy The famous novelist and poet Thomas Hardy set most of his tales in a fictional p... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. One-of-a-Kind Mystery Thriller for Free in Amazon com for Two days in February
February 16, 2017

A mystery thriller book written by a technology expert-turned novelist Rajib Mukherjee entitled, “Partho, The Unconventional Investigator: The Mystery of the Missing Bags” will be available for free at from February 24 to 25 only. Readers who prefer detective and crime novels will surely be thrilled reading every page of this digital Kindle edition until the conclusion. It is a unique whodunit suspenseful story that will keep the reader guessing until the very end. Partho’s description as an Unconventional or quirky investigator makes the book even more compelling to read.... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. Spanish Author Mendoza Wins 2016 Cervantes Literature Prize
November 30, 2016

Spanish novelist Eduardo Mendoza has won the 2016 Cervantes Prize, the Spanish-speaking world's highest literary honor.   The prize was announced Wednesday by Education and Culture Minister Inigo Mendez de Vigo, who says beginning from the 1975 publication of Mendoza's novel, "La verdad sobre el caso Savolta' (The Truth about the Savolta Case), the author had brought a new narrative style to Spanish fiction. He said Mendoza's books are "full of subtlety...... (read more)

4. Singer-Songwriter, Poet Leonard Cohen Dead at Age 82
November 10, 2016

Leonard Cohen, the gravelly-voiced Canadian singer-songwriter of "Hallelujah," "Suzanne" and "Bird on a Wire," has died at age 82.   Cohen's management said in a statement Thursday that he has passed away, and a memorial will take place in Los Angeles at a later date. No further details on his death were given.   Cohen, also renowned as a poet, novelist and aspiring Zen monk, blended folk music with a darker, sexual edge that won him fans...... (read more)

5. Media: Turkish Journalist Detained Over 'Subliminal Coup Messages'
September 23, 2016

A prominent Turkish journalist was detained for trial on Friday, accused of participating in a coup by sending out subliminal messages to rogue troops who tried to seize power, media said. Ahmet Altan, also a popular a novelist, was first held for questioning with his brother Mehmet Altan two weeks ago, both of them accused of sending out the messages during a TV talk show a day before the abortive July coup, state media reported. Ahmet was freed on Thursday, but a prosecutor then...... (read more)

6. Chair Used by 'Harry Potter' Author JK Rowling Up for Auction
April 05, 2016

NEW YORK— A wooden dining chair used by author J.K. Rowling while she wrote the first two "Harry Potter" books is up for grabs at auction in New York and is expected to fetch tens of thousands of dollars. Hand painted and signed by the novelist, the oak chair comes with a letter marked as having been sent by "Owl Post," in which Rowling described the chair's history. "It was given to her with a group of chairs and this was the most comfortable," James Gannon, director of rare books at Heritage Auctions, told Reuters. "She says in her letter that ... (read more)

7. Nigerian Novelist Reflects on Anti-Gay Law
August 14, 2015

MALMÖ, SWEDEN— One day in January 2014, award-winning Nigerian writer and rights activist Jude Dibia woke up gasping for air.  Nigeria had just passed a law criminalizing homosexuality.  This prompted Dibia to make the decision to leave his home country. Dibia now lives in Sweden, where he is a guest writer of the Malmö City of Refuge, a program offering shelter to writers and artists at risk. Jude Dibia was happy earlier this year, after the U.S. took the huge step of legalizing same-sex marriage. He immediately went online to read what Nigerians and other Africans were s... (read more)

8. Framing It Right: What Kind Of Border Fits Your Artwork Best?
July 01, 2015

Novelist Chuck Palahniuk once stated, "It's funny how the beauty of art has so much more to do with the frame than the artwork itself." It has been said before, and it's true, that a frame can make or break any piece of art. It can serve to highlight the very best of a masterpiece or completely detract all value from it. We've all seen them - beautiful pieces of art hanging on the wall, screaming, "It's not the right fit!" - but no one hears their shouts. It's time to put an end to the madness. This is your guide to framing. Framing A Colorful Photograph Unstained, Neutral Wood Finis... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

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December 29, 2014

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Author: arm go1

10. The Most Applauded Novel Now at Your Fingertips
April 30, 2014

Kim McCall, born in St. Paul, Minnesota, is a prolific writer. She is known worldwide for her magnum opus (masterpiece), Bitter Sweet Desire. She was the only child of her parent, as her twin brother was stillborn. She started writing only at the age of fifteen. Within a very short time, she picked up the flair of a master writer and established herself as a literary master. She stood out of the crowd as a prolific novelist within a few years since she first started her writing. Her award-winning novel, Her Bittersweet Desire, undoubtedly shows her literary genius. Inspired by mother, her... (read more)

Author: Aaden Bell

11. Prolific mexican novelist, essayist carlos fuentes dies at 83 - Embroidered Mesh Fabric Manufacture
November 09, 2013

MEXICO CITY – Author Carlos Fuentes, who played a dominant role in LatinAmerica's novel-writing boom by delving into the failed ideals ofthe Mexican revolution, died Tuesday in a Mexico City hospital. Hewas 83. Mexico's National Council for Culture for the Arts confirmed thedeath of Mexico's most celebrated novelist. The cause was notimmediately known, said the culture official, who was notauthorized to speak to the media. Mexican media reported Fuentes died at the Angeles del Pedregalhospital, where he was being treated for heart problems. The losswas immediately mourned world... (read more)

Author: qrt etget

12. Florence or the Power of Seduction
November 09, 2013

It's called the “Stendhal Syndrome”. The name comes from the famous French novelist, who on January 22, 1817 visited Florence. Uponentering the church of Santa Croce, Stendhal felt overwhelmed by so much beauty, to the point that he started to have palpitations and nearly fainted. In 1979, Graziella Magherini, an Italian psychiatrist, identified the same state in hundreds of tourists and so, the writer’s emotions became a standard formula within psychiatric treatises. We told you this because in Italy, aesthetic, sensorial, spiritual, and intellectualenjoyment can be experienced at every ... (read more)

Author: Ashley Robinson

13. Rise and Shine
October 29, 2013

American novelist Daniel Handler, under his pen name Lemony Snicket, once wrote “Morning is an important time of day, because how you spend your morning can often tell you what kind of day you are going to have.” Nothing could be closer to the truth. We all know from experience that starting the day on the wrong foot can kick start a disastrous chain reaction. On the flip side, starting your day off right can lead to increased productivity, greater focus, and overall happiness and well-being. And if you’re not a morning person, you may want to consider becoming one. A study by German... (read more)

Author: Tori Sutton

14. Grand Opera & More - Reviews by The Arts Desk
October 04, 2013

Conductor Evelino Pido made the audience feel they were watching a Moulin Rouge cabaret and together, the team raised this piece from the realms of soap opera into something with significant depth and thought. Polish novelist Zofia Posmysz, whose novella about her three years in Auschwitz inspired the opera; It is the strength of these two performances that carry the production;At the start of his opera review of Beatrice and Benedict - Berlioz's operatic take on Shakespeare's comedy Much Ado About Nothing - Stephen Walsh lamented the composer's conspicuous failing - his inability ... (read more)

Author: Clinton Riley

15. Writing And Designing Your Novel With Help From Book Publishers
September 17, 2013

3 Top Tips for Choosing the Right Book Publishers to Work With Whether you have produced many literary masterpieces in your time as a novelist or are a rookie to the trade, choosing the right book publishers to work with can be tricky. There are many important decisions you and you publishing agent will need to make in the process of producing you work. Here are three top tips to consider when selecting a publishing firm to take your book to the next level. Preparation is Key The top qualities you should look for in prospective book publishers are reliability, quality of service and a stron... (read more)

Author: James King

16. Bestselling novelist to speak at fairfield university - Double Deep Racking Manufacturer
September 07, 2013

The courage and the passion of the millions of working-classEuropeans who came to America for better lives a century ago isstill mind-boggling to those of us who have been standing on theirshoulders all these years. Would we have the chutzpah to uproot our lives, turn our backs onour own country and move to China or India for the promise of abetter life? "What guts they had," novelist Adriana Trigiani said of her own Italian ancestors, whose journey to America powersher new novel, "The Shoemaker's Wife" (Harper, $26.99). "Then, after they got here, trying in their little enclave not t... (read more)

Author: e55he swrzsnb

17. The Difference Between Vanity Publishing and Self-Publishing
September 06, 2013

I just HAD to write this article as it concerns a publishing ruse all writers should be aware of. I certainly wasn't aware of this before now... so I'm sure it will catch some of you by surprise too. I have to say that I nearly fell off my chair when I heard about it. A first-time novelist has just sent their book to what they thought was a publishing house. The publisher told them their book wasn't of a high enough standard for their list. However, it was suitable for self-publishing with their sister company... At a cost of... drum roll... ?10K for just over 100 books. ?10K folks! Are the... (read more)

Author: Dennis Murphy

18. Cities Without Palms - A Novel by Tarek Eltayeb
September 03, 2013

"Cities Without Palms" is a story of freedom, creativity, nostalgia - and hope. * For many years Tayib Salih, author of the memorable "Season of Migration to the North" published in 1967, dominated Sudanese literature. In the last decade, however, two authors have appeared on the literary scene, Leila Aboulela, the award winning novelist who wrote "The Minaret" and - Tarek Eltayeb. His first novel "Mudun Bila Nakhil", Cities without Palms was originally written in Arabic in 1992. Its English translation by Kareem James Palmer - Zeid has been published by the American University in Cai... (read more)

Author: Irena Knehtl

19. Top Business Schools in India
September 01, 2013

Sidney Sheldon a famous English novelist had said that Business is like a game, played for fantastic stakes, and you're in competition with experts. If you want to be victorious, you have to learn to be a master of that game. This statement gives an idea of why fast emerging economies like India need good business institutes. Without any doubt business has become the most intrinsic part of our daily lives these days. We understand business as an economic activity of the income generation, through various processes of buying and selling, production, rendering auxiliary services to trade and fin... (read more)

Author: Banajeet SHARMA

20. Screenwriting Strategy - Coffee Shop Conversation Time Out, Case Study
August 30, 2013

The other day, I talked to someone at Starbucks who is writing a novel. He's a very successful novelist and screenplay writer. It was good to see him again, because I haven't seen him in a couple of months. I asked him when he came in, and he said he only came in intermittently with no particular schedule. Same as me, which is why perhaps we missed each other from time to time -- as we got to talking -- he explained to me that whenever he got stomped on a character he would go to Starbucks to people watch and try to find someone that matched his character, and then ask them questions to prompt... (read more)

Author: Christopher Simmons

21. Best Selling Writer in UK- Anthony Horowitz
August 28, 2013

Anthony Horowitz is now available at leading bookshop. ">The most prolific author of murder and suspense, has once told in his interview," I start work at 7 am and write all day, sven day and a week. If i dont write, I can't sleep". He cant be introduced as a children's and young adults writer, or just a novelist or perhaps a successful screenwriter. Infact, he has many identities. The British Education Secretary has even called him "the not-so-secret weapon" to get boys reading. He is often singled out by the British and American press as the writer for tween boys. Born on 5th April 1955, A... (read more)

Author: Suleman Thadha

22. A Natural Gemstone is a woman's pride
August 20, 2013

Novelist George Eliot once said “These gems have life in them: their colours speak, say what words fail of.” She was very right in her explanation of the gems. It is very true that a woman gets attracted to a gem because of its colour. The external appearance of a gem is so appealing that it can drive any one crazy. Gemstones are a woman’s pride. They bring out the sheer beauty and expose the true charm of a woman. Natural Gemstones as the name suggests are natural that is they are found in the lap of mother earth. They are polished and are embedded in jewellery by an expert gemstone cu... (read more)

Author: Steve Smith

23. Young novelist pictures a randolph in dire straits by the year 2056 - Custom Made Souvenir
August 11, 2013

Interesting, though, is the fact that in an hour s interview atThe Herald, Best did not utter either one of these popularexpressions, nor any other word unfit for a family newspaper thatdoesn t even allow the d-word." In fact, Best spoke much more like the person he really is astay-at-home parent, partner of Vermont Tech writing instructorSarah Sil0&2bert, and father of 10-year-old Stel0&2la, 7-year-oldDrew, and 3-year-old Gracie. The language, violence, drug ref0&2erences, and hard-edged humor inthe first two books actually reflect the antithesis of Best spersonal vision, but al... (read more)

Author: e55he swrzsnb

24. Plot Your Way Forward How To Keep Your Readers Turning The Page
July 31, 2013

You've committed to writing your novel, you've settled on some fascinating characters and a good storyline. How do you put it all together? More importantly, how do you structure your narrative so that your readers become engrossed in the unfolding of those events? Gustav Freytag, a German novelist and critic of the nineteenth century recognized and codified the common features of drama, which is essentially the hook that catches in our brains and pulls us along in any book, movie or play. 1. Introduction or Exposition Here we are introduced to the setting, characters and basic conflict. In... (read more)

Author: Joshua Henderson

25. Developmental Editing and the Novel Publisher
July 23, 2013

For a struggling novelist, one of the most depressing and difficult parts of the publishing process is submitting a finished work to editor and discovering it’s riddled with problems. For the professional book editor who receives these finished works, the process of going over the work and sending it back to the writer further lengthens the time spent on novel editing instead of selling the finished book. One way that the publishing industry could help streamline this process is by taking a tool from academia’s toolbox: developmental editing. Developmental editing is a process where a wri... (read more)

Author: Edword Bella

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