It's a pretty typical belief that technology stands in the way of our collective ability to read a book or maintain a five-minute attention span (insert edgy comic art of headphones strangling teens here). In fact, technology has lead to groundbreaking developments in publishing.
Everyone wants to see their name in lights... but what about in the pages of an international bestseller?
Author Helen Bailey achieved success with her Elektra Brown series. She earned her profits and even spent some on her own personal home worth 1.5 million pounds.
Jennifer Lawrence to Star in 'Call Me By Your Name' Director's Adaptation of 18th Century Icelandic True Crime Drama 'Burial Rites' and I am Excited
First things first: I know that there is a lot going on in that title. I also know that this news was first announced in December 2017.
Books and archival prints, a librarian held hostage, and an attempt to sell the stolen goods in the New York auction world. The theatrical plot of the very real Transylvania University book heist in 2004 has premiered in film form at Sundance and is now headed towards local theaters.
Often, works of fiction are inspired by real life crimes.
Whether it's J. K. Rowling becoming Robert Galbraith or Martyn Waites becoming Tania Carver, writers commonly change things up if they're putting out a crime story. Something about the arsenic, chalk outlines, and cigar smoke requires a brusque, stern-sounding name.