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BVC Announces Committing Novel by Phyllis Irene Radford

Committing Novel by Phyllis Irene Radford

A beginner’s guide to writing the novel they’ve held close to their hearts but never written. Continue reading

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There’s a Bimbo on the Cover Verse 7: What’s in a Name?

Verse 7: And my name is on the cover of my book. Yes, my name is on the cover of my book. Although I hate to tell it, the publisher misspelled it, but my name is on the cover of … Continue reading

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There’s a Bimbo on the Cover Verse 6: There’s a Blurb on the Cover
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Verse 6: There’s a blurb on the backside of the book. There’s a blurb on the backside of the book. There’s one story on the cover; inside the book’s another. There’s a blurb on the backside of the book. Blurbage … Continue reading

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There’s a Bimbo on the Cover Verse 4: Rocket Power

This is the fourth verse of the song “There’s a Bimbo on the Cover of the Book”. If you’re collecting the lyric and singing along, it’s sung to the tune of (TTTO) “She’ll Be Comin’ Around the Mountain When She … Continue reading

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Arabella of Mars release day!

Arabella of Mars sails into the world today from Tor Books. This rollicking adventure, written by BVC author David D. Levine, was read in draft by several BVC authors. “Regency space opera in its best form! An intrepid, intelligent heroine, wonderful … Continue reading

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Madness and the Age of Innocence

Back when I was nineteen years old and steeped up to my innocent ingenue ears in the Matter of Britain, I dreamed up a story – technically a novel, I guess, seeing as it was over 40,000 words, but not … Continue reading

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BVC Announces The Usual Path to Publication, edited by Shannon Page

The Usual Path to Publication, ed. Shannon Page

An essay collection of the many UNusual, inspirational, bizarre, even dreadful tales of how writers actually got published–and how even that is not the end of the story. Continue reading

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Book View Cafe December Newsletter

December’s newsletter is out! Click on the link to see our newest releases, exclusive specials, and Book View Cafe News!

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Cool Links For August

The Orion Nebula, viewed by the Hubble

Meet the Wendiceratops, named for discoverer Wendy Sloboda: Unlike any other dinosaur, this creature’s skull is ringed with bone protrusions that curl inward toward the animal’s nose like gnarly crochet hooks. “They remind me a little bit of a weird sea anemone … Continue reading

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The Creative Revolution: Part 4 of The Business of Books

Everyone is familiar with the “Industrial Revolution.” In the past 500 years there have been five official “revolutions” that have changed the way people live. (1600–1740) Financial-agricultural revolution (1780–1840) Industrial revolution (1880–1920) Technical revolution (or Second Industrial Revolution) (1940–1970) Scientific-technical … Continue reading

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