Thursday, April 13, 2006

Blogs and plogs

Spike Magazine has a round-up of some interesting literary blogs, including Ian Hocking's experiment with Amazon's new author blogging tool.
AmazonConnect is a newish scheme launched by, who else,, in which authors can contribute to a blog whose entries then appear on the personalized pages of readers who bought their book. Apparently, entries also show up on book searches, so we authors can reach readers who have yet to wallow in the muddy delights of our fiction.
They're called "plogs", apparently.

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