It’s been three weeks since I posted links! So here we go …
In all things iPad: From the New York Review of books, the iPad vs the Kindle. From Fast Company,10 essential iPad tips. For people who have an iPad and use Dropbox (like moi), DropBox has come to iPad. And from this past weekend’s Hacks/Hackers Unite Conference, a list of iPad media app ideas.
From SF Gate, three Bay Area authors use the Internet to get their books out.
In other news, agent Janet Reid foresees a publishing revolution in the arrival of the enhanced e-book.
Alan Rinzler hypes the benefits of creating an iPad app for your book.
Nathan Bransford had a great post on voice a while back and another on how to write a one-sentence pitch. Also, if you missed it, the one sentence, one paragraph, and two paragraph pitch.
Intern deconstructs the novel.
Eric at Pimp My Novel says you don’t need an MFA to write literary fiction.
Agent Kristen Nelson answers the question, does age matter when you’re trying to get published?
Guest blogger for Rants & Ramblings, Mary DeMuth says writers must be three Ts in order to succeed: tenacious, talkative, teachable.
And in case you missed Betty White on SNL on May 8, you can see
Happy Memorial Day to everyone!