SHAUN SMITH'S SUNDAY SUNDRIES
A WEEKLY ROUNDUP OF INTERNET CURIOSITIES FROM THE BOOK WORLD
The Guardian explains how to write a book in thirty days. But then think about all those wonderful grant opportunities you'd miss out on!
Author Joe Queenan talks to The Wall St Journal about having read 6,000+ books in his life. Here's a sample: "When people say to me books just take up space, I say so does the Sistine Chapel, so do your kids, so does Prague."
The Guinness record holder for creating the world's smallest book – Teeny Ted From Turnip Town, which at 30 pages, requires an electron microscope to read (talk about electronic readers!) – is now doing a large-print edition.