Social reading; sounds like an oxymoron

Social reading; sounds like an oxymoron

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When you think of reading, you think of a solitary activity, don’t you? I do. Reading has always been a solo venture for me. Of course, in the beginning, I had to have help with it – my mother would read to me, or help me read for myself by pointing out errors in pronunciation or helping me with context by either explaining words that I didn’t understand, or later on, pointing me towards the massive Concise Oxford that sat on the bookshelf. Still, none of that was particularly social. It was more a matter

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Editor’s pick for August 2013

Editor's pick for August 2013

I am a vampire fiction fan, so I freely admit to my bias towards this month’s pick.

“Our Miss Engel” is a short but sweet read that is written journal-style from the perspective of a teacher in the early 1900s. Employed to teach a group of small young girls at a convent school, a young woman finds that her charges are a little more of a handful than young children normally are. Much is strange about how these young girls are taught and cared for at the academy, and at first our Miss Engel is enchanted and determined

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Come Write with us on the FE blog.

Come Write with us on the FE blog.

We’re looking for guest writers for our blog here on Free-eBooks.net and we wanted to get our community in on the action. We want you to share your experiences, motivations, challenges, and stories with us.

As authors, our primary aim is to tell our story. We dream up imaginative scenarios and people and we write about them. For the most part, it’s pointless if no one else reads about them – isn’t it? The whole idea behind writing is to provide entertainment for other people. If no one is being entertained, then what it boils down to is

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