The success of such a lengthy book of literary fiction by a relatively unknown author is surprising. The backlash has been commensurately severe.
It was a comfortable, well-organized, well-lit bookstore focusing on popular titles while simultaneously highlighting the popularity of these titles.
Last year, the Billfold Book Club read “North and South.” Now, Mallory Ortberg’s written her own version of the story.
What starts as a free pile of books ends up being a $15.50 pile of books and counting.
According to Comixology, I have bought over 482 comic books in the past five years. This of course doesn’t include the 13 physical trade volumes I have in my library at my home, which brings the total to 495.
How do you double your money in the theater?
Be J.K. Rowling, name your play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” and split it into two parts.
Harry is heir to a hair fortune! We know that Rowling likes to use Dickensian-level descriptive names (see: naming a man who eventually becomes a werewolf “Remus Lupin”) but this is beyond delightful.