The smugness that wafts from this book makes you smell like secondhand smoke. Be careful reading around others.Read more "Review: Opus 21"
The printing press was invented a little under 600 years ago, but the majority of people couldn’t read. The practice of printing written words evolved steadily until the 1830’s when paperback novels first appeared in Europe. Alongside those came a new way to present literature: serialization. Made possible by the existence and popularity of newspapers, […]Read more "Serialization’s place in literature’s past & present"