Monthly Archives: August 2012

Literature the (late?) communist stronghold

When I refer to literature as ‘communist’ I do not mean to suggest any similarities with current political parties – I mean that, from its birth to the modern day it has been an industry far more free from primarily … Continue reading

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Reading 101 Myths

When I describe the book “101 myths & realities @ the office” as ‘manageable’ it is neither meant to be a poor pun nor an underhand slight. That descriptor, along with ‘accessible’ have been so often used that they tend … Continue reading

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101 Myths & Realities @ the office

PageTurners is honored to be hosting the launch of 101 Myths & Realities @ The Office – here’s why Continue reading

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Change in the writing industry?

With the fairly colossal uproar in response to Victoria Foyt’s Revealing Eden – is there an argument for the abolition of the ‘lone writer’ norm? Continue reading

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A new chapter for the PageTurners Blog

His name’s Robin Lord and he’s come to India to work for PageTurners. That’s a fairly blunt statement but he has to remind himself of it every so often. He’s going to be taking over the posting on this, most … Continue reading

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