Discussion: Thu Sep 04 12:52:38 +0100 2008
I read Behind the Scenes at the Museum a while ago and was really impreessed with it but haven’t read anything by Kate Atkinson since – thanks for reminding me about her!
Discussion: Thu Aug 28 17:35:03 +0100 2008
Has anyone ever tried marketing short stories specifically to commuters – would be great to know you can get through an entire plot on a bus journey before work!
Discussion: Mon Aug 01 12:01:22 +0100 2011
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Discussion: Wed Jun 30 12:09:41 +0100 2010
It’s been interesting to read other authors’ varying approaches to the same question, but perhaps not surprising that we all seem to feel that effective marketing is of the essence. Up to now I ha…
Discussion: Thu Jun 24 14:12:22 +0100 2010
I like this summary of presenting. Probabably the best thing to do is practise, not just in a room on your own but to other people and audiences. Present at little events until you eventually real…
Discussion: Tue Jun 15 17:26:59 +0100 2010
Much obliged to you, my dear.
Discussion: Mon May 10 17:52:25 +0100 2010
Discussion: Wed Apr 21 13:03:51 +0100 2010
Oh wow, hadn’t realised I was the runner-up! Huge congratulations to all the winners and thanks to Completely Novel for hosting this. It was huge fun and a lot of people who voted reported being …
Discussion: Thu Mar 25 20:17:01 +0000 2010
I must admit I like the sound of this idea Oli, lets face it you can get a web browser pretty much on anything these days.For me the issue of allowing a preview portion as opposed to the entir…
Discussion: Wed May 27 16:56:49 +0100 2009
Great article! When you think about it, it’s kind of crazy to think how easily media figures can make or break a book/author. I know that (for American audiences at least) Oprah Winfrey has definit…
Discussion: Wed May 13 13:57:05 +0100 2009
Looks like a great event – wish I could have been there!
Discussion: Fri Apr 24 10:09:08 +0100 2009
Aware of my interest in books set in (or under!) London, a couple of CN users recommended Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere to me. Having recently enjoyed that novel, I’ve been looking out for a good com…
Discussion: Thu Mar 26 11:18:19 +0000 2009
I like the wry humour that runs as an undercurrent throughout your articles – it always puts a smile on my face! (especially when I recognize myself all too easily in the patterns you describe, lol…