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July 27 2009 Literary Fiction Newsletter

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Guest Product Review by Megan McConnell: Bookeen Cybook Gen 3 E-Book Reader

It weighs less than the average paperback, yet, when you hold it in its case it feels like you’re holding a book. Using E-Ink technology, the contrast on the page is very similar to a printed page, and very clear and easy to read; easier, in fact, than when reading a computer screen...

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Form - Novella

One of my favorite forms of literary fiction is the novella. Starting at approximately 19,000 words (and running as long 40,000 words) it gives the literary fiction reader a little more meat than a short story but requires less commitment than a full blown novel...

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Latest Forum Topics:

* Cybook Review
* Ditto Ebook Reader
* Who Make Better Literary Writers?
* About Jane Austen
* Author Q & A with novelist Lisa See

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Literary Quote:

"Ordinary riches can be stolen from a man. Real riches cannot. In the treasury-house of your soul are infinitely precious things that may not be taken from you." ~ Oscar Wilde


I hope to hear from you sometime soon, either in the forum or in response to this email message. I thrive on your feedback!

Best wishes,

M. E. Wood, Literary Fiction Editor

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