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Mr. Walcott is the first Caribbean writer to win the Nobel Prize
We’ve all heard it before – mobile technology is taking over and people are shedding physical books in favor of digital copies. We no longer use our fingers to turn pages, and instead, we slide them down touchscreens. Some say it’s good – as those who consume books digitally are statistically more likely to purchase books rather than borrow them – and some say it’s bad. Whether you’re for physical books or think that e-books are the future, there’s no denying how helpful mobile technology has become for readers everywhere.
We've received a total of $9.89 in repayments between December 20, 2014 and January 19, 2015!
My favorites tweets of the week.
You Want to be a Writer? Learn Your Craft! Well, at least learn about your craft and what you can look forward to as you begin this adventure. And it will be an adventure, certainly. You will have smooth journeys, crooked paths, mountains to climb and deserts to traverse. You will stay in luxurious hotels and […]
During her lifetime, she was considered one of Europe's leading contemporary experimentalists.
The vampire Count Saint-Germain protects Americans fleeing persecution—and becomes trapped in a web of betrayal, deceit, and murder in post-WWII Europe in Chelsea Quinn Yarbro’s SUSTENANCE
The book tells about Lee’s influence in martial arts and pop culture. It also touches on how Lee introduce Chinese culture to mainstream American and his influence in that arena.
While I was not the aimed age group for this book, I did enjoy it. It’s a quick read (read it in a day), exciting stories and interesting projects / experiments.