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Book in a Month: The Fool-Proof System for Writing a Novel in 30 Days

by Victoria Lynn Schmidt

What Can You Accomplish in 30 Days?

If you make time to write and put away all of your excuses, could you stay on track and finish your novel in only a month? With a structured plan and a focused goal, yes,...


2012 Guide to Literary Agents

by Chuck Sambuchino

The Best Resource Available for Finding a Literary Agent

No matter what you’re writing—fiction or nonfiction, books for kids or adults—you need a literary agent to secure a book deal. The 2012 Guide to Literary...


The First 50 Pages: Engage Agents, Editors and Readers, and Set Your Novel Up For Success

by Jeff Gerke

Seeking writing success? Start at the beginning...

Whether you’re looking to get published or just hoping to hook your reader, first impressions are vital. Compelling opening scenes are the key to catching an...


The Nighttime Novelist: Finish Your Novel in Your Spare Time

by Joseph Bates

Make Every Creative Moment Count

Franz Kafka was an insurance agent. William Faulkner was a postmaster. Stephen King taught high school English, John Grisham was an attorney, and Toni Morrison worked in publishing....


Writing Thrillers: The Writer's Guide to Crafting Tales of Suspense

by Michael Newton

In this invaluable guide, thriller master Michael Newton shows you how to develop compelling plots and intriguing characters that grab readers from page 1 and won't let them go. You'll learn how to craft heroes...


Literary translation and terminological precision: chekhov and his short stories

by Bruno Osimo

Vladimir Nabokov was a major translator and translation theorist. His idea of translation, which resembles his general view of reality, is extremely helpful when it comes to carry out a critical analysis of...


Research for Writers

by David Meade

Business owners and writers face a common set of problems – how to research, find and investigate topics that can be written about. The Web is a multi-dimensionary repository but it can require specialized...


The Librarian's Nitty-Gritty Guide to Social Media

by Laura Solomon

Solomon, a librarian with extensive experience in web development, design, and technology, cuts to the chase with this invaluable guide to using social media in any kind of library.


Fundamentals of Children's Services, Second Edition

by Michael Sullivan

Those studying to become children's librarians, experienced and new children's librarians, library administrators, and trustees alike will find Sullivan's book a definitive guide to the fundamentals of children's...


Write and Revise for Publication: A 6-Month Plan for Crafting an Exceptional Novel and Other Works of Fiction

by Jack Smith

Writers need a structured approach to writing fiction, one that includes effective strategies for both drafting and revision/fine-tuning. A structured approach builds a writer's confidence and provides an efficient...


Write Your Novel in a Month: How to Complete a First Draft in 30 Days and What to Do Next

by Jeff Gerke

One of these days, I'm going to sit down and write that novel....

Everyone thinks about doing it, yet most people who do start a novel end up stalling after a few chapters. Where do these would-be novelists...


This Is Not a Writing Manual: Notes for the Young Writer in the Real World

by Kerri Majors

Real-world writing advice, minus all the lectures.

You're an aspiring writer. Maybe you've just discovered your love of words and dream of being a novelist someday. Maybe you've been filling notebooks with science-fiction...


Empowering Leadership: Developing Behaviors for Success

by Ann M. Martin

mpowering Leadership offers lessons and examples to improve the leader within and encourage development of each librarian's unique leadership style.


Writer's Digest Grammar Desk Reference: The Definitive Source for Clear and Concise Writing

by Gary Lutz

The Definitive Source for Clear and Correct Writing

Engaging but not flip, thorough but not overwhelming, Writer's Digest Grammar Desk Reference is the perfect addition to anyone's desk.This guide provides:

  • Comprehensive...


Writing the Fiction Series: The Complete Guide for Novels and Novellas

by Karen S. Wiesner

What are the common pitfalls in a crafting a series, the best ways to get organized and plan it? The purpose of Writing the Fiction Series is to cover all things that need to be taken into consideration when...


You've Got a Book in You: A Stress-Free Guide to Writing the Book of Your Dreams

by Elizabeth Sims

Writing a book is fun and easy--yes, FUN AND EASY--but it may not always feel that way. How do you find the time to write? How do you keep momentum? How do you deal with the horror of showing anyone a single...


Implementing Virtual Reference Services: A Lita Guide

by Beth C. Thomsett-Scott

Social web technologies present an often confusing array of options for answering user reference questions. Applying 20 years' experience as a reference librarian working through the development of virtual reference...


Cloud-Based Services for Your Library: A Lita Guide

by Erik T. Mitchell

By exploring specific examples of cloud computing and virtualization, this book allows libraries considering cloud computing to start their exploration of these systems with a more informed perspective.


Rfid in Libraries: A Step Toward Interoperability

by Lori Bowen Ayre

The approval by The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) of a new standard for RFID in libraries is a big step toward interoperability among libraries and vendors. By following this set of practices...


Linked Data Tools: Connecting on the Web

by Karen Coyle

In this issue of Library Technology Reports, Karen Coyle updates readers on the development of fundamental resources such as standards, data elements, and term lists, showing how they fit together.