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    Written by admin on Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 ( Start discussion )

    The books published each year can reflect the interests and trends that are popular with the readers of today, making histories of past publications a very useful way to learn about the culture and reading habits that were the most popular years, http://www.tvsavings.org/, or even generations ago. Reading works that were popular long before the current crop of best sellers were even outlined could offer readers the chance to find new and enjoyable works as well as to experience the more timeless classics and literary masterpieces that continue to influence readers many generations after their first publication. While there is certainly a great range of works that are being published every day, contemporary works may still be too similar in style and overall tone to give readers with an appetite for new books everything they need to satisfy themselves between the pages. Dipping into the works of yesteryear, and exploring what writers won fame and praise for their works years or even centuries ago can ensure you have a more enjoyable reading experience. The chance to discover the wonders, enjoyment and novelty offered by older works can be a wonderful change of pace from reading contemporary bestsellers and more recent books and novels.

    How to Turn a Novel into a Script

    Written by admin on Saturday, June 1st, 2013 ( Start discussion )

    For many writers, the desire to turn their novel into a script is a dream worth pursuing, but many have no idea how to start this endeavor. The main problem facing most writers is that novel writing and script writing are two entirely different styles and formats entirely.

    When writing a novel, a writer can easily take his ideas and concepts and put them to paper. From first person character portrayals to third person multi-character stories,

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    Why You Should Check Out a Consumer Book Fair

    Written by admin on Saturday, March 30th, 2013 ( Start discussion )

    With the plethora of sources from which consumers can buy books these days, it can be overwhelming to narrow down the selection. Where can you go to find recommendations and browse new books from the latest authors? A consumer book fair could be the answer to this dilemma. Consumer book fairs offer patrons the chance to see new books and discuss them with a knowledgeable staff. They can meet with other like-minded readers to talk about the latest books by their favorite authors and

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    Things You May Not Know About Stephen King

    Written by admin on Wednesday, October 24th, 2012 ( Start discussion )

    Stephen King is a world famous horror writer. His novels are bone chilling and always keep the reader on the edge of their seat. Everyone knows basic information about him if they have ever read his books. There are a few things that most people don’t know about Stephen King.

    One interesting fact is that he has no problem selling rights to any of his stories to someone who wants to adapt them for a movie version. Most people would assume buying the rights to a Stephen King novel would be

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    The Most Popular Books that Became The Most Popular Films

    Written by admin on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 ( Start discussion )

    Some of our most beloved movies we go to the theaters to see today come from great books. This is just a list of some of the most popular books that became the most popular movies of our time. This is not a listing in any order of importance.

    Harry Potter is a great book series that was published between nineteen ninety seven and two thousand seven. This series has now become a great movie series premiering in two thousand and one with the final release in two thousand and eleven.

    Another of the most popular books that became most

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    Get Your Kids Reading by Showing Them Books for Teens

    Written by admin on Monday, October 22nd, 2012 ( Start discussion )

    It is a huge challenge to get kids to read. With many quick options for entertainment out there like video games and the internet, kids simply aren’t interested in reading. What many kids don’t know, however, is that there is a genre of literature just for them.

    Young Adult Literature is literature targeted at teens. Many popular novels and series such as the Harry Potter series and the Twilight series are a part of this genre. By introducing teens to this genre of literature, parents may have better luck getting their

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    What You Need to Know Before You Self-Publish Your Book

    Written by admin on Friday, October 19th, 2012 ( Start discussion )

    Self-published authors have turned the traditional publishing houses on their ears. E-readers, social media and the internet provide the means for authors to be discovered and then deliver their work directly to their audience. Depending on your price point, authors can receive up to 70 of the royalties from the sale of their self-published books.

    Authors like John Locke, E.L. James and Bella Andre have proven that you don’t need the backing of publishers to make it big. All 3 have made millions of dollars after self-publishing books that spread like wild fire

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    Common Traits of Popular Books Throughout the Years

    Written by admin on Thursday, October 18th, 2012 ( Start discussion )

    The books published each year can reflect the interests and trends that are popular with the readers of today, making histories of past publications a very useful way to learn about the culture and reading habits that were the most popular years, or even generations ago. Reading works that were popular long before the current crop of best sellers were even outlined could offer readers the chance to find new and enjoyable works as well as to experience the more timeless classics and literary masterpieces that continue to influence

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