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Your Favorite Book Format Reveals A Lot About You | Writer’s Relief

Hardcover? Paperback? E-book? Audio? There is no wrong way to read. Each format provides readers with a unique experience. But which book format are you most like? Flexible like a paperback? Solid like a hardcover book? Find out with this quiz Writer’s Relief found on bookriot.com!

Quiz: Which book format are you?

 

Salinger’s Books Are Finally Going Digital | Writer’s Relief

 J.D. Salinger, who scorned computers, technology, and the Internet, might be spinning in his grave at the news that his work is going digital. Almost ten years after his death, Salinger’s books are now available in eBook format. In an article on BBC.com, Writer’s Relief learned that the catalyst for this decision came when the… Continue Reading

Want To Be A Book Editor? Here’s How! | Writer’s Relief

Writer: Got what it takes to become a book editor? In this article on BookRiot.com, Writer’s Relief learned that some editors work a day job and freelance edit in the evening, while others work for large publishing companies. And there are many different types of book editors: content editors, copy editors, proofreaders, managing editors, and… Continue Reading

The 9 Best Literary Websites For Readers And Writers | Writer’s Relief

If you’re like the book geeks here at Writer’s Relief, you spend your time online searching for the latest literary news to learn more about writing, reading, and even upcoming releases from your favorite authors. In this article on Bustle.com, we found our new favorite websites geared toward writers and readers, including: Electric Literature Book… Continue Reading

Live Like Hemingway—Or At Least Look Like Him | Writer’s Relief

From July 16-21, Florida’s Key West celebrates Hemingway Days! The festival honors the legacy of author Ernest Hemingway, who spent much of the 1930s living and writing in this island paradise. Events include a look-alike contest, poetry readings, and a three-day marlin tournament. Hemingway’s only novel set in the United States, To Have and Have… Continue Reading



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