Results tagged with 'amazon'
Published May 15, 2014
Sex shaming is officially mainstream. I mean, it always has been; it has just been one of those things that is a constant pain, but a bearable one. Every once in a while Jezebel will post an article how they were outraged about so-and-so's behavior, but then quickly move onto things like James Franco's paintings of Seth Rogen, but this is something that cannot be ignored.
Published Jan. 4, 2014
Local writer Jim Cryns recently finished and self-published a full-length novel called "Cocaine Vampires." Despite the title, Cryns says he knew almost nothing about vampires or cocaine when he started the writing, but he does know a lot about Milwaukee, which is where the book takes place.
Published May 13, 2013
I generally like shopping, and I appreciate good stuff, great service and cool design. Yet, like most, I also love a good deal. So, indulge me - this retail week - if you will, here are eight random observations about how I shop today.
Published Feb. 5, 2013
I'm using my own book as an example in this posting, but so you don't think it's merely for shameless self-promotion, I won't use the title. But, seeing copies of the book for sale online has me wondering how this online used bookselling game works.
Published March 19, 2004
Milwaukee's Cheri Burbach has used past-rising rint-on-demand technology to make a reality out of her dream to be a published writer. Her aptly-titled book of poems, "The Difference Now" is available now.