A common theme runs through several films slated to hit theaters soon: the earth and its fate. "Take heed," the filmmakers seem to be saying, "or these will be our struggles."
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I can feel a bit of excitement starting up under my ribs as feedback begins to flow on my first published novel.
Tweeting my novel provides the ultimate in easy sampling and information triage before purchase, the equivalent of watching a clip of a TV show before deciding to order the season on Netflix.
How is it -- given a skyful of satellites and legions of human spies -- that we were surprised by North Korea's missile launch? Why is it that we know so little about this country?
Beginning with this post, I am bringing old and new media together in a fresh way. For the next number of entries, I will be posting the opening to my eighth and latest novel, Quiet Teacher.
Somewhat like her character in Mysteries In Pittsburgh, Sienna Miller is a compelling, straightforward person who makes no bones about what she's about.
The conventions of the book require an obvious organizational structure. The multi-media web is the new book--the Supernovel --and it is inherently open-ended.
This morning, thanks to darling husband, I woke to find muesli with yoghurt and a cup of tea beside the bed in acknowledgment of my editorial marathon.
Last night, as part of her book tour, Semple spoke with Sex and the City executive producer, Darren Star, about the process of writing her novel, This One is Mine.
Recently, governors and legislatures... approved the Great Lakes Compact, a landmark agreement that bans the sale and diversion of water outside the region.
In this breakout first novel, Joanne Rendell creates powerful characters struggling to define their roles as women and an engaging plot that keeps you glued until the end.
There's going to be a shake-up, no doubt. It'll be ugly for publishing companies that don't adjust.
Sure to get media tongues a-wagging when published on July 31 is the new John Darnton novel, Black and White and Dead All Over.
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