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You will say that I am mad—for who but a madman could devise so remarkable a species of vengeance, marked by such intricate dissimulation, such exquisite cunning?
This is one of the easiest: “On Monday, I sold 3/7 of my pears; on Tuesday, I sold 16 more than 1/2 of the remainder, and had 20 pears left. How many had I at first?”
Could I market this book as the shortest novel ever written? Maybe. Here’s how.
Why I’ve never included a dedication in any of my books … and why I might start doing it from now on.
Two books claim to have the answer. But the answer each one presents is very different from the other.
P.T. Barnum: king of ballyhoo, prince of humbugs, sultan of spin … giver of financial advice? As Barnum himself said, there’s a sucker born every minute.
Are children’s chapter stories and YA fiction books real novels?
The copycat plot and abrupt ending aren’t the real problem with “Beneath the Attic.” It’s something involving a 100-year-old cake.