Book Review | Stein on Writing

Stein on Writing book review

Stein on Writing has got to be one of the best how-to books available on boosting writing skills A man of formidable reputation, Sol Stein went into the publishing business in 1953. Over the years, he edited the works of such marquee authors as James Baldwin, Elia Kazan, George Orwell and many more. He also … Continue reading Book Review | Stein on Writing

8 Literary Festivals That All Bibliophiles Must Attend

8 Literary Festivals That All Bibliophiles Must Attend

Only a few years ago, there was a strong vibe around that digital transformation might have dealt a lethal blow to traditional publishing. Some even predicted the end of paper books. However, like so many other off-the-mark doomed predictions of the past, this one also evaporated sooner than anybody could notice. The biggest testimony to … Continue reading 8 Literary Festivals That All Bibliophiles Must Attend

What do you prefer – Ebooks or Paper Books?

Ebooks or Paper books

What’s better? Holding up a book in your hand or reading on your Ebook? It's not exactly the topic of a hot debate, but it's something that book lovers all around the world have been talking about for quite a while now, and it doesn’t seem to stop. Now, let’s be honest, reading is already … Continue reading What do you prefer – Ebooks or Paper Books?

11 Awesome Technology Books That Will Give You A New Perspective

11 Awesome Technology Books that will give you a new perspective

Whether you are thinking about launching a new company, looking for insights into future trends for new products and services, or are simply curious about the way Silicon Valley works and how the world’s top tech companies bring innovative products to market, there is a book for you. The 11 books below represent some of the most important tech books ever written.

Book Review | This is not the end of the book

Book review of 'This is not the end of the book'. Jean Phillippe de Tonnac, the famous French novelist, facilitates a freewheeling chat between two bibliophiles: Umberto Eco, the late Italian literary maestro and Jean-Claude Carrière, the legendary French writer and academy award honoree.