Lots of links again, so let’s get started! Also, thanks to the Hastings Entertainment Law class for hosting me this morning, you guys asked some really smart questions about the business. But then: you’re law students. Of course you people are smart. First up: Blog reader plugs! Reader Scott Rhoades has an article called “Great […]
Lupina had a great idea for a You Tell Me: What are your favorite books on writing? I’ll kick it off with a nod to Robert McKee’s STORY. Yes, it’s about screenplays, but I haven’t seen a better breakdown of how to create a great plot. What’s your favorite?
But first, a word on yesterday’s You Tell Me, which was one of the most fascinating discussions evah. While I will leave it to everyone else to decide how they personally feel about the appropriateness or accuracy of King’s statement, I would like to address the broader question of who can and should decide what […]
Yes, TWIP on a Thursday because tomorrow will be devoted to the finalists of the SUFPCx2. I’m up to #1,000 and reading these has been a pleasure! Anyone have any favorites? Notice any patterns developing? Anyone plan to read them all? And remember, you have until 4pm Pacific time today to enter. I tell you […]
This is a seriously linktastic This Week in Publishing, so let’s get right to it. Let’s see… hmm… where to begin….. Wait, I know! Franz Kafka’s taste in porn! Oh, and you thought I was joking. Via Publishers Lunch, a controversy is brewing because a British scholar Went There and detailed Kafka’s penchant for prOn. […]
sihT eWke nI lbuhsPgni This was a great week in the world of publishing blogging, and I’m sure I caught but a few of the highlights. But first, congratulations go out to the winners of the Edgar Awards! Among the winners, John Hart and DOWN RIVER took home the prize for Best Novel. Over at […]