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to actually stop what we are doing and take in the blogger’s words.
That what we read leaves us thinking, and pondering the subject of their website and blogs, which for The Mommy Psychologist is the whole gambit of parenting in the 21st century, evidences grasp of an art.
Readers can be grateful when the very topic of a blogger’s discussion plunges
Internet Marketer and Promoter of fiction turned published fiction writer, Tyora Moody, discusses her debut release, “When Rain Falls.” Listen to her interview at Book Talk, Creativity and Family Matters. _____________________________________________________________________ Here’s what Tyora shared in her guest blog interview. I write about…
I recently saw the movie, Mausam, written and directed by Pankaj Kapur, and starring the beautiful Sonam Kapoor opposite the wonderful and delightfully handsome, Shahid Kapoor.
Like most Bollywood movies of its genre, historical dramatic romance, the movie move along taking its time to tell what I experienced as a beautiful love story.
Critics on both sides of the ocean suggest that the pacing could be increased by eliminating various scenes that do not contribute to the overall plot of the story.
The director could have deleted certain scenes and decreased the run time and perhaps maintained the high level of enjoyment I experienced.
But why fix what is not broken?
As an American moviegoer that has grown tired of movies aiming to tell a story with what often appears an ultimate goal of relaying the narrative, in movie format, in the shortest amount of time possible,
Presently I am reading Anuradha Roy’s novel, An Atlas of Impossible Longing .
As with any good novel, interactions between the main characters are strained.
Tension abounds, but not in a melodramatic way.
The story moves with a nice speed for an opening.
I look forward each evening–a hallmark that I have found a jewel of a novel–to settling into bed,
Author and publisher, Zetta Brown’s recent blog, “Authors! Can’t find your book in a bookstore? You may be luckier than you think!”, got me to thinking–no pun intended–about the old law of economics, that of supply and demand.
With bookstores and sellers tightly adhering to what seems to me, an outdated mode of purchasing books from publishers, and authors who choose to self-publish–that of retaining, if not demanding, the opportunity to return unsold books they have received from us–I wonder what would happen if publishers and authors began to print less books.
A blog post, “A Woeful Truth About Publishing,” at Champagne Books explains this paradoxical phenomenon in detail.
In short what I’m really saying is, “How would economic market respond if publishers did not make books so readily accessible?”
Novelist, Megan Chance, discusses her 4th novel, and new release, “Prima Donna.” Megan is also the author of, “Susannah Morrow,” “An Inconvenient Wife,” and “The Spiritualist.”
So tune in.
Novelist, Susan Gabriel discusses her novel, “Seeking Sara Summers”.
So tune in.