This Week’s Articles for Writers


This week’s edition of interesting articles and blogs you might have missed.  Enjoy!

Amazon’s Feud with Hatchett Is Big News

So Amazon’s sales contracts with some of the world’s biggest publishers are up for renewal. What will this mean for e-book sales?

However, Amazon Does Have Its Defenders

One last perspective on the debacle. 

Everyone’s Freaking Out About “The Fault In Our Stars”  

Another YA novel that has made big waves, hits the big screen this weekend. Find out why people are so in love with this book.

5 Ways Libraries Cultivate Community Art 

Another great argument for keeping our libraries alive.

A Final Farewell

Livestream Dr. Maya Angelou’s memorial service will be on Saturday, June 7th at 10 a.m.

Well This Is Interesting: A Book Bound in Human Skin

A 19th century man said he covered a copy of ‘Des destinées de l’ame’ by Arsène Houssaye with human skin because ‘a book about the human soul deserved to have a human covering.’ Harvard scientists are 99 % sure that the cover is, in fact, skin.   

The Best Hemingway Novels

In her new biography, Influencing Hemingway: The People and Places That Shaped His Life and Work, Nancy W. Sindelar introduces the reader to the individuals who played significant roles in Hemingway’s development as both a man and as an artist. Sindelar ranks the fiction works of Hemingway.    

The Art of Remixing Your Material and Selling 9 Stories

Learn how to take your ideas for articles and turn them into multiple sales.

Novel Diagnostics – How to Tell if Your Book Might Have Terminal Problems in TEN Pages

The title says it all.


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