4 Life Lessons from Jane Austen
Calendario 02 / December / 2019 Cantidad de comentario Sin Comentarios

Jane Austen was an English author born in 1775 and died in 1817. Her 6 most famous works, are, Northanger Abbey, Pride and Prejudice, Sense & Sensibility, Mansfield Park, Emma, and Persuasion. But let’s be clear – one of the most famous writers of all times started her literary journey with the help of self-publishing. Being unable to get a traditional publisher interested in her work, Austen released both Emma and Sense & Sensibility on her own. Thanks to her determination,… Read more

A Little Look Into the Growing Trend of Audio Books – Help Guide
Calendario 11 / May / 2017 Cantidad de comentario Sin Comentarios

  Having a book be read aloud to you may take you back to being young. Some may not enjoy this sensation and find it too childlike for them. But it has been found that 85% of what we learn is through listening, so it can’t be too strange, surely? Over the past three years, audiobooks have been found to be the highest growing sector of publishing. This tells you that it must be working for someone! Whether it is… Read more

Putting off Proofreading – Helpful Reminder for that Part we Hate
Calendario 03 / May / 2017 Cantidad de comentario Sin Comentarios

Proofreading is not the easiest job to attempt after staring at your screen after hours on end. Many of us do not enjoy this part at all, but it is sadly something that has to be done. And if not done correctly, you will most definitely hear about it. It doesn’t have to be scary or agonising though. You could make (or ask nicely) a friend to have a read of it for you. It is usually someone that has… Read more

The Constant Debate of E-Books vs Book Books – Useful Points
Calendario 24 / April / 2017 Cantidad de comentario Sin Comentarios

Imagine yourself… sitting on a deck chair somewhere in the south of France, sun hat draped over your head, sunglasses on, basking in the summer sun – what are you holding? Is it the hard back of a tablet, or have you bent the cover over as you sit back with your paper copy?   E-Books – What’s the Fuss? For most, this argument always has an obvious answer but in this changing and competitive market of the e-book, there… Read more