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More people would read more books if they were shorter. Wouldn't you? More would pick up a 20-page book than a 500-page book, no? The thought of picking up a gigantic book hasn't crossed my mind since college — no matter how interesting it sounds. The majority of people...

source: By Mark MacDonald
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ASJA's Annual Writer's Conference, to be held April 30 – May 2, 2015 in midtown Manhattan, New York,...

source: ASJA

Recently I asked a technology executive if businesses value writers as much as lawyers or accountants....

source: By James Carberry

Author Ina Fried writes: "In one way, my road to becoming the female journalist I am today has been unusual. But in many aspects, it is typical of many of the women I know who have successfully navigated today's journalism landscape."


Trying to rate the world's literary giants is tricky at best. Do you go by the number of books sold? The long-term cultural impact? If you're Dartmouth College researcher Allen Riddell, you make computers decide. As part of an effort to determine which books would be most...

source: Engadget

In its latest report about reading, for the 2013-14 school year, Renaissance Learning gathered data from its Accelerated Reader-hosted database, utilized in more than 31,600 primary and secondary schools last year. The database includes book-reading records for more than...

source: Publishers Weekly

Overcoming a painful past usually involves sharing one's story and the associated feelings. Developing insight into past hurts, and connecting the dots between then and now enables one to make better choices moving forward. Journal writing is a powerful tool that opens the...

source: Writer's Digest


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