Been busy this week and didn’t have nearly enough time to read but the following were pretty damn compelling is you ask me.
Why I Quit GoodReads (or The Bookternet is Not Safe for Women). Is a compelling post by Brenna Clarke Grey dealing with the harassment and fallout of the ‘bookternet.’ Thought provoking read.
Online book shopping overtakes in-store for first time. Over at The BookSeller, they’ve got the 411 on online book sales versus offline book sales. Enlightening.
Controlling the Creatives. Kristine Kathryn Rusch writes a nice piece about ignoring in-fighting (what I call penis tossing), online battles and just writing what you write. I’m with her.
Goodreads has decided that there is no friendzone for authors and people. Nate Hoffelder writes about the now more confusing world of GoodReads, fans, followers and a weird gum-up that may send people away from GoodReads.
The New World of Writing: Pulp Speed. Dean Wesley Smith quite knowledgeable about pulp writers and writer, offers some awesome insight about writing fast. Warp speed fast. (H.T. Anne R. Allen)
Read, enjoy and have a great week. 🙂 WC
4 thoughts on “The Safety of the Bookternet for Women and other Compelling Reads This Week”
wow, beautiful light and shadow. I love rim light of the girl 🙂
Yeah, I really liked the picture too. 🙂
Interesting, especially the pieces on the GR changes. I was a little bit shocked when I logged in last time and I saw the changes. A heads-up wouldn’t have gone amiss, I tell you that…
Yeah the GR changes are really weird, don’t you think? I wonder what 12 year Internet genius thought that one up. 😉