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Sep 5, 2015

Author of The Well-Presented Manuscript
Interview starts at 12:13 and ends at 42:27
There are some wonderful stories that I just can’t enjoy, because the author has done such a poor job with the language.  One of the reasons that I wanted to write The Well-Presented Manuscript was selfishly to increase my own enjoyment of other people’s books by helping them to not make so many errors that would keep hooking my attention as I was reading them.
“E-Book Sales Fall After New Amazon Contracts” by Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg at The Wall Street Journal - September 3, 2015 (Behind the pay wall, try Googling the reporter’s last name and the headline to get full story.)
“Amazon Could be Working on These 6 New Devices” at The Motley Fool - September 2, 2015
Amazon press release on video downloads to iOS and Android devices - September 1, 2015
Amazon page on downloading Amazon Video content to iOS and Android
“Amazon Prime Video now does what Netflix won’t: offline playback” by Bryan Bishop at The Verge - September 1, 2015
“Amazon Stock Delivers Rebound as Prime Now Launches” at Investor’s Business Daily - August 25, 2015
Amazon announces Prime Now - August 25, 2015
Tech Tip
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Interview with Mike Reeves-McMillan
The Well-Presented Manuscript: Just What You Need to Know to Make Your Fiction Look Professional by Mike Reeves-McMillan
Other books at the Kindle Store by Mike Reeves-McMillan
The Review Curmudgeon, Mike’s reviews blog
Mike’s Goodreads page
Fantasy Book Review
“How to Calm Yourself Down”  and “How to Get Into a Good Mood” (YouTube Videos) by Mike Reeves-McMillan
Books by Tim Powers
Hide Me Among the Graves: A Novel by Tim Powers
“Immerse or Die” at Creativity Hacker
Essays after Eighty by Donald Hall
The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep by Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin and Irina Maununen
“RH Children’s Buys Self-Pubbed Phenom ‘Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep” by Rachel Deahl at Publishers Weekly - September 2, 2015
Next Week’s Guest
Michael Dirda, author of Browsings: A Year of Reading, Collecting, and Living with Books

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