Memorable Villains in Fiction

Memorable Villains in Fiction

The protagonist of any story comes into focus more clearly when pitted against a truly epic villain, one who personifies pure evil and proves a relentless foe. Contending with conflict, of course, is a driving force in any fiction, the avgas that feeds the engine,...
Aggregated ePublishing News Relaunched

Aggregated ePublishing News Relaunched

The indie author world continues to evolve mightily and both publishers and authors—mainstream and independent—are scrambling to adapt to the changes. To make it easier for everyone interested in ebooks and epublishing, we’ve revamped our news feed—the ePublish...
Exploring Book Trailer Opportunities

Exploring Book Trailer Opportunities

A large part of achieving success as an ebook author is discovery. Getting noticed amidst the huge volumes of authors and ebook titles might seem as though you’re walking around the streets of Shanghai wearing a sandwich board, marching by an oblivious crowd....
Narrated version of Poe’s “The Black Cat”

Narrated version of Poe’s “The Black Cat”

The protagonist of this story by Edgar Allen Poe, an anti-hero if there ever was one, succumbs to the influence of demon rum, to his profound ruination. Narrated by Lee Purcell, the story was first published in The Saturday Evening Post on August 19, 1843. The black...
Narrated version of Dick’s “Beyond the Door”

Narrated version of Dick’s “Beyond the Door”

Philip K. Dick was one of the most prolific and influential writers in the science fiction field. Many of his works have been adapted to film and television and his ideas have energized many other writers. His novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, was adapted...

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