From Unplag: Love Words and Famous Endings of Love Stories

Another post in honor of Valentine's Day, and a double-whammy at that. Today we have two infographics from Unplag, a website that checks papers for plagiarism. Ever wonder how much love is in a love story? In this first infographic, according to Unplag: We analyzed 2,365,012 words from 10 most popular romantic stories (Romeo and …

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Looking for Innovative Stories? Here’s a List of Ebooks, Apps, Websites, Games, and More

Ebooks, or maybe I should say stories, come in all shapes and sizes: EPUB, apps, virtual reality, games, and more. If you want to see some exciting, innovative new forms of storytelling, check out this list (sure devices have some limitations and enhanced ebooks haven't exactly taken off yet, but there are ways to make …

Taking a Short Break, and Reading Short

Well it's almost Christmas, and for the next couple weeks I'll be taking what I've heard other people call a digital break so I can regroup and be back in full swing come the new year. I might have a couple posts here and there, but for the most part, I won't be around again …

NARR8, an Interactive Content Channel

NARR8 is an innovative, new(ish) content platform and mobile app. Founded in 2011 by Alexandr Vashchenko, NARR8 was inspired by Vaschenko's love of comic books and entertainment media. "The name 'NARR8' came from the idea of combining story telling, or 'narration,' with the number 8, which, aside from being an auspiciously lucky number in certain parts of …

A Guide to Grammarly, The World’s Best Grammar Checker

SPONSORED POST I was lucky enough to recently be granted access to Grammarly, to check out all its features. And boy, are there a lot of features. But, first a little background. Grammarly is an automated proofreader, which checks for over 250 types of grammatical errors. This includes parallelism, misplaced modifiers, comma splices, subject-verb agreement, …

E-Book Review: Apocalypse

Apocalypse by Justin Bruystens A post-apocalyptic world with strange complicated creatures, a place where color is not just something that is seen, Earth’s shadow, and many other worlds await you in Apocalypse. Apocalypse is a collection of unique short stories with genres varying from psychological thriller to dream fantasy. I met the author Justin Bruystens via …

12/13/10: This Week in Publishing

Have hope, all of you who have declared print books as dead. According to David L. Ulin, the Los Angeles Times book critic, "print books aren't going anywhere." E-books complement print books, and the real issue "is that we read, that we continue to interact with long-form writing; by altering the conditions of the conversation, …