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AA Dhand sits at a table in the balcony cafe at Bradford's magnificent old Wool Exchange and points to the spot where his latest victim was found.

She was hanged in a particularly grisly fashion from a ledge below the hammer-beam roof, suspended between two grand granite pillars.

Link: DIY: Print-on-Demand 101 18 March 2019

E-books may be the future of publishing, but print editions continue to make up a large portion of book sales, and, for many indie authors, printing remains a crucial aspect of the self-publishing process.

Brexit has loomed large over the last three London Book FairsInternational Book Fair Information, the focus of numerous panels and programs. But...

Rachel Hecht Children's Scouting

Commentary: 'The seed that sets you off' 18 March 2019

‘I do think that sometimes the seed that sets you off on the process of writing a novel can have been around for many years, even decades, before it actually - for some mysterious reason - comes to fruition . I think it's almost a good sign if an idea has been fermenting for quite a long time in...

Creating compelling content that attracts and engages clients, potential customers and peers is one of the best ways to illustrate your brand and generate leads that result in the future expansion of your goals. Though creating content is not a new concept, you do need to explore opportunities...

Whats new: 11 March 2019 - What's new 11 March 2019
  • 'No writing is wasted. Did you know that sourdough from San Francisco is leavened partly by a bacteria called lactobacillus sanfrancisensis? It is native to the soil there, and does not do well elsewhere. But any kitchen can become an ecosystem. If you bake a lot, your kitchen will become...

Just hours before Prime Minister Theresa May's latest Brexit deal was heavily defeated in the U.K. House of Commons, writers at the London Book Fair criticized the decision to abandon the E.U.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti turns 100 on March 24. At nearly five score, there is much poetic breath left in the famed poet's literary lungs. The streams of his consciousness pour out in his latest book, a novel titled Little Boy, which Doubleday will publish March 19.

Digital books were once heralded as being a replacement for print and everyone in the bookselling and publishing industry were scared. It looks like our love affair with ebooks is over, primarily due to stagnant sales and a resurgence of print.

The other day Will Self unburdened himself on the state of fiction with crushing hauteur. ‘What's now regarded as serious literature would, ten or 20 years ago, have been regarded as young adult fiction... in terms of literary history, it does seem a bit of a regression.

Rape, infighting, secrets, financial malpractice; the scandal surrounding the Nobel Prize in Literature began in November 2017 when Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter published allegations by eighteen women that they had been sexually assaulted by Jean-Claude Arnault, a 71-year-old Swedish-French...

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