Creating a villainous character is so much more than giving a fictional person a devil-may-care attitude; with it comes a great degree of complexity, which is by no means easy to navigate.
This book cross references EVERY SINGLE PERSONALITY TYPE with every single other personality type.
I agreed that we are not very compatible. Yet by now each of us is so much a part of the other’s life that neither wants to give up our friendship. We got out of bed, Ronna in her pink bathrobe, and talked as friends till 4 AM.
In many of these stories, there is no happy ending. The woman doesn’t rise up and slay her male antagonists. They just suffer and die despite their best efforts. That is real horror.
All you need to do to publish a best-selling book is take a selfie of your foot. Seriously.
It was the overwhelming feeling of not belonging somewhere and just like that, I felt like I was too old for YouTube. And this is coming from someone who paid $200 on merchandise at a One Direction concert.
As the digital tempest batters the publishing industry, a group of hardy navigators have taken up a call for “Manifestos For The Future Of The Book Business,” and their 500-word essays are beacons of potential in uncertain days.
In today’s technology obsessed culture, finding people who enjoy reading books in their spare time is a challenging and disheartening task. It’s hard for most people to find the time to pick up a work of art, when there are Snapchat stories to catch up on, Tumblr posts to reblog, and Instagram pictures to filter. However, true booklovers know the joy that comes from escaping into word-soaked pages. There are several qualities that all booklovers share.
Jane Austen was an English novelist who was as funny as she was flippant – in other words, my kind of girl.
“So what’s your real job?”