Mine is pretty boring compared to those. :(
The cold wind blew the exhaust of a passing bus into my face and I coughed into my hand.
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- February 6th, 2010, 10:44 pm
- Forum: Self-Publishing
- Topic: To e-book or not to e-book?
- Replies: 18
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you could submit it to those on demand publishing places as well. not sure how that works though . . . make sure you are on librarything.com, goodreads, shelfire, the places that are like social networking sites for books, try to be active. the amazon forum too. possably even the baen forum since ba...
I wasn't thinking about the iPad as an ereader - I don't like reading for long periods on a backlit screen. lol I spend hours on a computer and I used to spend hours reading on my iTouch (and really, without the 3G, the iPad is an oversized iTouch). now I do it on the kindle and I find it easier on ...
- February 6th, 2010, 9:06 pm
- Forum: Writing
- Topic: Scrivener and Windows Alternatives
- Replies: 15
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I like OneNote from Microsoft. It is not what you would call writing software, but it works fine for it. Each "notebook" can have sections and each section can have pages. I mean, within your WIP notebook, you can have section for characters, than a page for each character and put in whatever info y...
- February 6th, 2010, 8:43 pm
- Forum: Books
- Topic: POLL: Where do you buy your books?
- Replies: 21
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Libraries! They usually have whatever I want. :P I do adore libraries. But, yeah, online too. Fictionwise.com, Half.com, rarely do I use Amazon.
I don't care about the gender of the main character. In order to get a list of books published (do reprints count?) we could go to the major publishers and get a 2009 list of their catalog. or maybe there is a library that has that info. or wait, wiki does have 2009 novel list: http://en.wikipedia.o...