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E-book vs. Tree-book
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I found this to be an interesting tidbit in the continuing E-book vs. Tree-book controversy. So, for what it's worth:http://youtu.be/xD11ppstvHYContinue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by I. J. Parker Apr 3, 2013.

Boy Meets Girl
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Somewhere in the mist, long ago, I came across a list of basic 3-act plot structures as explained in the traditional “Boy Meets Girl” meme; e.g.; Boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl. I’m…Continue

Tags: Girl, Meets, Boy

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Workman Dec 30, 2012.

 

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Dave Workman replied to Lisa Towles's discussion Back after hiatus
"Welcome back. Same here. I come, I go... and I guess I always come back. This place is like my favorite dive bar. (And I mean that in the sweetest possible way.) "
Nov 16
Dave Workman updated their profile
Nov 11
Dave Workman replied to Denis OLeary's discussion Cars issued to US detectives.
"Sorry that I'm coming in fairly late to this question, but if you're still looking for info, try Reddit. There's a sub-reddit— www.reddit.com/r/police — that might be able to point you directly to your answer. Last year I…"
Nov 11
Dave Workman replied to minervaK's discussion Though you all might enjoy this...
"Maybe one should consider self-publishing a uniquely 21st century "interim step" to a more mainstream possibility? (At least self-publishing in its present guise.) I've been in all sorts of self- vs. paid- frays before (and some get…"
Jul 7, 2013
Dave Workman replied to Jude Hardin's discussion Is Writing to an Audience "Selling Out"?
"There's an important distinction between "writing to an audience" and "knowing your audience.""
Feb 10, 2013
Dave Workman replied to I. J. Parker's discussion Why Do We Toss Books Unread?
"That's called "a challenge." :)"
Feb 10, 2013
Dave Workman replied to Jude Hardin's discussion Paper Books vs E-books
"I suppose that's like saying—and I'm not disagreeing with you—but it's a bit like having a bookstore signing where an author autographs and sells 10 or 20 books. It's not a huge amount, but you never know about the…"
Jan 22, 2013
Dave Workman replied to Jude Hardin's discussion Paper Books vs E-books
"I do think there are some writers who are simply writers with an (often reluctant) marketing fringe, and other sales-savvy writers who'd actually rather market than write. I've always admired those right brain/left brain souls who can tell…"
Jan 22, 2013
Dave Workman replied to Jude Hardin's discussion Paper Books vs E-books
"All from advertising?!I agree; worked for TV. Everyone on a hit TV show (think "best seller") still gets paid. I'm not saying it's right (it is, indeed, rather sickening)... but if ones words are being read, I suppose that's…"
Jan 17, 2013
Dave Workman replied to Jude Hardin's discussion Paper Books vs E-books
"At least, in bookstores, you have a reasonable expectation of a "polished" product. A title on the shelf has been through several filters. On Amazon, you can download thousands of titles for free, or under $1, and often get what…"
Jan 16, 2013
Dave Workman replied to Jude Hardin's discussion Paper Books vs E-books
"Of course, when that pesky magnetic solar pulse wipes out all our hard drives, we'll be glad all those "how-to" books survive in print. Score one for pulp."
Jan 14, 2013
Dave Workman replied to Jude Hardin's discussion Paper Books vs E-books
"Amazon booths! Great idea. Like the old photo booths. One friendly face in each... the best of both worlds!"
Jan 13, 2013
Dave Workman replied to Himanshu Gautam's discussion Am I in trouble??
"It didn't hurt "The Talented Mr. Ripley." I suppose it's possible to build morality into the darkest of epics, if one chooses to do so."
Jan 13, 2013
Dave Workman replied to Jude Hardin's discussion Paper Books vs E-books
"I agree. I was a diehard paper fan until I picked up my first iPad—realized I could tuck 1000 novels under my arm, highlight sections, reference parts, take notes, read at night without a lamp... and play poker.I do think paper books will…"
Jan 13, 2013
Dave Workman left a comment for pamilar
"Ditto!!"
Jan 13, 2013
Dave Workman replied to I. J. Parker's discussion Why Do We Toss Books Unread?
"Good story will trump bad writing, but... too bad isn't it?"
Jan 9, 2013

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Hometown:
Livermore, CA
About Me:
Former film critic and website designer. First novel (neo-noiresque) "On The Rocks" published Oct. 2012. "On The Edge" coming in Nov. '16.

Publisher/Editor at Muse Harbor Publishing (www.MuseHarbor.com)
I Am A:
Reader, Writer, Publisher, Editor
Website:
http://www.MuseHarbor.com
Books And Authors I Like:
Anything by Elmore Leonard
Most works by Robert B. Parker
Many works by Lawrence Block
Many works by James Lee Burke
Several works by John Connolly
Several works by Tony Hillerman
A few works by James Ellroy
A couple of things by Scott Turow
'Cocaine and Blue Eyes' by Fred Zackel
'The Silence of the Lambs' by Thomas Harris
'The Name of the Rose' by Umberto Eco
'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' by Stieg Larsson
'The Thin Man' by Dashiell Hammett
'Gone Baby Gone' by Dennis Lehane
'Nightwork' by Irwin Shaw
'A Touch of Danger' by James Jones
'The Last Good Kiss' by James Crumley
...off the top of my head
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Who has time?

...Although 'Justified' was probably the best show on TV for its run. 'Breaking Bad' was awesome. 'Sons of Anarchy' didn't suck either. Still searching for something new to stream.

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