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Interview: Braxton A. Cosby, Debut Author of Star-Crossed Saga: ProtoStar

Braxton Cosby is not following in his famed comedian uncle Bill Cosby's footsteps, he's a writer...not a funny man spooning Jello! Read More »

My E-Reader, The Kindle, and Why I Love It

"I can read all the old classics without running out of room on my shelf." Read More »

Are Public Libraries Obsolete?: The Shelf Life of a “Dream Vision”

A good library is worth saving and a bad one is worth improving because when libraries work, they offer us much more than books on paper. Read More »

Life in Books

How I learned to [almost] forget real books and embrace ebooks. Read More »

Are Bookstore Chain Closures Necessarily A Bad Thing?

Not unless we want to hang on to relics of the past. Read More »

Alameda Writers Group: Power to the Writer

Alternative media can free writers from publishing house tyranny. Read More »

Book Review: The Pyramid: The First Wallander Cases by Henning Mankell

A collection of short stories and novellas fill in the “missing years” at the beginning of hard-boiled detective Wallander’s career in contemporary Sweden. Read More »

Spammers, Content Farming, and Kindle: One Reason Why Your Book Can’t Be Found in the Abyss

Curiouser and curiouser: Content farmers and spammers overload Amazon Kindles. Read More »

Interview with Linda Acaster, Author of Torc of Moonlight

“When researching I realized that I didn't have to venture far into fantasy; most of real life fits all too easily.” Read More »

Update Your Summer Reading List with eBookFling

E-books collecting virtual dust? Try lending them out and borrowing others for free using Read More »