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Self-Publishing and “Economically Privileged Authors”

I read an article on a blog called “it’s all one thing” (lowercase title in the original) with the title “I Challenge You To Stop Reading Economically Privileged Authors for One Year.” I agree wholehe

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Michigan Author Monday: D.E. Johnson

D.E. (Dan) Johnson’s literary debut, a historical mystery entitled The Detroit Electric Scheme, was published by St. Martin ‘s Minotaur in September 2010. The sequel, Motor City Shakedown, was publish

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The Dangers of Almost the Right Word

Discovered while doing a bit of genealogical research today. Grand Rapids Press, Saturday, May 17, 1902

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Quote of the Day: “The Less People Read, The More Books They Buy.”

As the leading publisher in France, Jonas’s father was of the opinion that books, because of the very slump in culture, represented the future. “History shows,” he would say, “the less people read, th

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The Great Grey-Green Greasy Limpopo River and other “Just So” Linguistic Choices

Way Back Wednesday is a Book Meme created by A Well Read Woman with the aim to write mini book reviews on books read in the past, that left a lasting impression. When I think about books that left a l

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