published on 2009-04-23
We’ve linked CompletelyNovel to twitter. Add your twitter account and start tweeting what you’re reading and discussing. This is a great way for writers to get the word out about their book. Get everyone you know to join, add a twitter account and talk about your book and everyone will know about it! Happy tweeting!
published on 2009-04-16
Everyone is all over twitter so now you can do the same inside CompletelyNovel. Following something is a great way to keep up to date with everything you’re interested in. To follow something just go to the page you want to receive news about and click ‘start following’ at the top. You can manage your follows by clicking ‘edit profile’ and then click the ‘follows’ tab.
published on 2009-03-17
CompletelyNovel will be presenting a demo for the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP), showing them how libraries and other organisations focused on books and reading can use CompletelyNovel to offer readers a whole new dimension to their book experience. You don’t have to be a librarian to come along! If you would like to find out more about how you can use CompletelyNovel to enhance reading in your community or organisation then read on…
published on 2009-03-13
Kiera Dickinson uses CompletelyNovel.com to launch her book ‘Umm and Ah and the Problem with Chlorine: An Anthology for Fish’. Here’s how she did it! You can find out more about Keira and her book here on CompletelyNovel. (Note: may be worth clicking through to YouTube to see on a bigger screen!)
published on 2009-03-12
Committed to reportage in its widest sense, Reportage Press aims to bring readers the kind of stories that lie behind the headlines or don’t even make it into the papers. Run by freelance journalists, this ambitious independent publisher is proving that the public has appetite for big ideas and international views. CompletelyNovel gets the scoop with founder Rosie Whitehouse.
published on 2009-03-11
Liz Sowden explores some of the ways in which International Women’s Day is celebrated in the literary sphere and asks what the event means to women writers worldwide.