All discussion of the creative and creation side of books is particularly valuable.
Try the following links for great tips and ideas!
Why do old books smell the way they do? Answer here: (Hat tip to Tom Clarke)
Click here to submit a few paragraphs of your writing to this website, and it will tell you which famous author you write like.
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A site that formats online text so it's easier to read CLICK (Hat Tip to LindyBIll)
Mysteries by location :(Hat Tip to Mac Con Ulaidh)
If there's a book out there, here's where you can find it (Hat Tip to Tom Clarke): Book Finder
Forgotten Books (Hat tip to Stan)
Ten Best Books Sites On Line Hat tip to stockman scott and JohnM.
Sites that pay for writing Tips on Writing Short Stories(Hat Tip to Stan for both.)
Twenty online resources for free eBooks...(Hat tip to Glenn Peterson)
How much royalty do publishers pay authors? Hat Tip to Stan and SmoothSail both!
Link to a post by SmoothSail that all aspiring writers should read.
Link to ANOTHER post by SmoothSail that all aspiring writers should read.
Link to YET ANOTHER post by SmoothSail that all aspiring writers should read.
Link to an Ebook library Courtesy of Travis_Bickle
Fifty Writing Tools... Manymoose found this through Stumbleupon, a Firefox extension.
Common Errors in English Usage Manymoose found this through Stumbleupon, a Firefox extension.
Writing World Manymoose also found this through Stumbleupon, a Firefox extension.
smashwords.com An eBook publishing site found by ManyMoose.
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Typical initial posts will be a description of the book's content or attributes, why we love or dislike it, what's special about it, and recommendations to read or forget it.
Follow-up posts could lead anywhere, but should be focused on the books and authors, the effects of the books on our lives, and so forth.
All polite discussion on books will be allowed.