Month: October 2016

EBooks are Changing the Way We Read and Write

Interesting thoughts about ebooks and writing. I’ve heard several authors predict that books will become shorter while other reports indicate that people still want longer books. Only time will tell what changes stick and even those will be short-lived due to constant digital changes.

A Writer's Path

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by Jillian Casey

Although it is a bit cliché, on my bookshelf, I have a well-worn copy of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, and the novel has been read so many times that it practically falls open to the page where Elizabeth Bennet cleverly refuses Mr. Darcy’s first proposal.

However, this action becomes impossible when reading beloved stories in electronic form.

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Top Ten Warning Signs Your Girlfriend Might Be the Bride of Frankenstein

Lots of fun with this list – had a good laugh!

Bookshelf Battle

“It’s alive!  It’s alive!”

No seriously, BQB’s Top Ten Girlfriend/Boyfriend Warning Sign Lists live on after a long hiatus.

So without further ado, from BQB HQ in Fabulous East Randomtown, it’s the Top Ten Warning Signs Your Girlfriend Might be the Bride of Frankenstein.

#10 – She has an electrifying personality, not in the sense that she can carry a conversation well but rather, she needs to get zapped with a damn lightning bolt every day before she gets up and moves around.

#9 – Exceptionally tall hair-do.  No one wants to sit behind her at the movies.

#8 – Frankenstein himself is always shuffling slowly in your general direction in an effort to maul you.  Can’t really blame him. She is “The Bride of Frankenstein” and not “The Bride of Insert Your Name Here” after all, you loathsome pervert.

#7 – She has incredible brute strength, so much so that…

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#31WaysToDefeatAVampire -Way #29 – Silverfish

I’m canceling the call to the exterminator!

Bookshelf Battle

By: Count Krakovich, Asshat Vampire

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Bleh!

Yes, that’s right 3.5 readers. Anything that is somehow related to silver can defeat a vampire so if you live in a disgusting, bug infested apartment then congratulations! Vampires will go nowhere near it because they do not want to be accosted by silverfish.

Silverfish are truly the vampire hunters of the insect world, bleh.

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