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published on 2009-07-30
Visually dazzling and beautifully shot, Coraline tells the story of a girl and her adventures in an alternate world. Heidi Polk introduces a masterpiece of literary adaptation from Neil Gaiman and the team behind Nightmare Before Christmas.
published on 2009-07-21
The former senior adviser to the late Yasser Arafat, Bassam Abu Sharif, launched his book Arafat and the Dream of Palestine at Al Saqi Books in London. CompletelyNovel were there with a camera and talked later to Bassam Abu Sharif. In this video he talks about the messages in the book and his hopes for the future of Palestine. This book is a first-hand account of the inner-workings of Arafat’s regime, the PLO, Fatah and the relationship that allowed Abu Sharif to encourage important strides toward peace.
published on 2009-07-08
CompletelyNovel.com has reached the London heat of The Pitch 2009 taking place on Tuesday 16th July. The Pitch 2009 is a competition which ‘promises to offer a real taste of how resourceful UK entrepreneurs are reacting to current economic conditions, bucking the downturn with innovation and creativity.’
published on 2009-06-26
Kerry Shale, a man of a thousand and voices (almost literally), gives his insight into working as as an audiobook reader.
published on 2009-06-26
Kati Nicholl, expert audio abridger, tells us about her history with audiobooks – from their earliest days as tape box-sets to today’s super-fast online downloads – and why she thinks they hold an irreplaceable place in booklovers’ hearts.
published on 2009-06-25
We are thrilled to hear that Gary Hurlstone, who published his book The Sand Mandala on CompletelyNovel, has now got a publishing contract. He used the ratings, reviews and sales he got from CompletelyNovel to demonstrate the market for his book. Applying a healthy dose of entrepreneurial spirit to his writing has proved a great success, and we hope it will inspire other writers to do the same! Find out how Gary did it…
published on 2009-06-24
Scott Pack, head of innovative publisher ‘The Friday Project’ and publishing blog Me And My Big Mouth talks to twins Anna and George from CompletelyNovel. Scott and the twins discuss what the Friday Project is all about and why it makes sense to give books away for free online. They also talk about how CompletelyNovel can help aspiring writers, top tips for self-publishers and just why Scott decided to give Anna a book about someone with the same name as her committing suicide. Aparrently it’s nothing personal!