There’s no obligation for a writer to know anything about the structure and content of an EPUB ebook. It’s quite possible, if you use an ebook creation or conversion tool, to happily produce ebooks with absolutely no knowledge of the … Continued
It’s 50 days now since I last used Microsoft Windows, which leads me to wonder whether my six year migration to Ubuntu Linux is finally complete. My relationship with Ubuntu began in early August 2006, when I inserted a live … Continued
Amazon’s announcement that it is now selling 114 ebooks for every 100 print editions in the UK represents a turning point for reading and for the book industry.
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How far should a screenwriter go in changing the plot of a novel when creating a film adaptation? Michael Hauge, in Writing screenplays that sell, says that it’s a false assumption that a novel can always make a natural transition … Continued