Why lying in historical fiction is a good thing. Because then William Wallace wouldn't have been Edward III's father, duh.
Something useful to almost all of us: Matt Stewart, author of The French Revolution, tells us how to generate first novel karma.
Memorable last words of literary legends. How to go out like a gangster, literarily speaking.
A story of ebook prejudice. Coffee shops trying to slow the revolution!
Find that reading books is losing some of its kick? Maybe a good literary drinking game is just what you need.