Recent and archived articles by Elizabeth Tai
In a world where reviews can be bought and writer's reputations are shredded by "sock puppet reviews", how does a reader chose a book to read?
Writers are turning down traditional publishing contracts, preferring to stick self-publishing their ebooks. In this age of swift and easy digital publishing, it seems only logical.
Cyberbullying is as old as the Internet, and it has foundfresh ground at book review places like Goodreads and Amazon.
Some novelists are breaking their long novels into bite-sized novellas to create a different reading experience.
Hard work pays off for webserial writer JC McCrae.
Serialised fiction - bite-sized fiction published periodically - is making a comeback after languishing in obscurity for more than a few decades.
Ryk Brown didn't expect his rip-roaring space adventures to earn him much more than coffee money. Then they took off like a rocket.
As 2014 dawns on us, the writer reflects how digital e-book technology has changed the way we read and publish.
Not all authors are ecstatic about the seismic digital changes which has swept the publishing world.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Wouldn't it be nice to snuggle in bed reading your favourite blog? A guide for those using e-book readers.