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1. Mystery Fiction from the 1980s
Mystery Fiction from the 1980s
The Victorian Age gave us Sherlock Holmes. The Roaring Twenties gave us the Golden Age of English "cozy" mysteries. The '30s and '40s gave us hard-boiled dicks like Sam Spade. Now join me in a trip through the Mysteries of the '80s in books,...
Entertainment & Media - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:12:32
2. e Books Library
e Books Library
How can you create a virtual library? Or collect e-books? One of the great advantages of an e-reader - its BIG advantage - is that you can carry a whole library in your pocket! How cool is that? But how should you gather - and organize - your library? Can you afford to collect all the books yo...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:12:28
3. Best Writing Advice
Best Writing Advice
This is the start of an aspiring writer's collection of good advice both from famous and not so famous writers and from those others who have written so much great literature under the famous pen name "Anonymous." Some of the following advice is inspirational, some very pragmatic indeed. All th...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:14:25
4. Books About Books
Books About Books
For the dedicated book-lover the only thing that may be more fun than reading a book... is reading a book steeped in other books! Here is a personal collection of book-centric fiction (and some non-fiction) whose writers just couldn't resist writing about writing, or about other books, or about ...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:11:34
5. Mystery Writer Josephine Tey
Mystery Writer Josephine Tey
Josephine Tey was one nom de plume. Gordon Daviot was another. Her real name was Elizabeth Mackintosh. (1896-1952) Under her pen names this Scottish writer produced both successful plays and highly regarded and lasting mystery novels. Hers are some of the best mysteries of a very good period i...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:12:28
6. Historic Research for Fiction Writers
It all started with a magazine article. My client was late.I sat in a lobby, flipping pages of a copy of Architectural Digest. And I came across an article on a historic New Orleans architect... who was also a Pirate. Who could resist reading THAT? Decades later, I'm writing a novel about that ...
books-poetry-writing - Fri, 27 Jun 2014 17:04:21

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