Michael Douglas famously referred to Coma as the first time he was a part of something with a good story, a good cast, and a good director. 803 more words
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I am currently reading Robin Cook’s Terminal, published in 1993. Right now, I am on chapter three.
The first page of this book captures my immediate attention with a quite from Francois Rabelais: “Science without conscience is but the ruin of the soul.” Grave words to open a story with…for a reader who enjoys such gravity, they are inescapably attractive. 267 more words
Purists insist that market research plays, and should play, no role in writing a book.
This despite a welter of evidence that suggests that writers everywhere, and across the centuries, have paid quite strict attention to what their markets demands. 721 more words