And James Blunt was involved, too. So, this is one of those gossip items that . . . well, let’s just say that if you created some kind of fancy computer that spit out thousands of sets of names of celebrities
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Ever want to add ambient mood music or sound effects to a piece of text? Now you can with the launch of Booktrack Studio, a new tool that enables users to build their own soundtrack-enhanced stories. was
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This month, one of my favorite mystery writers, Elizabeth Spann Craig, shared her checklist of things to do when she publishes a book: Release Activities for the Reluctant Promoter. [Note: This post contains
When former Apple evangelist Guy Kawasaki submitted what he believed was a perfect manuscript to a professional copyeditor, the editor found 1,500 errors. So he knows a thing or two (or 1,500) about how