I was linked a book some time ago via twitter, but that account is now gone and with it went the link.
Things I remember:
Pretty sure it was called "Daylight" (maybe not that, but definitely a time word. daytime? morning?)
Content: the text was just the entirety of a single day's New York Times transcribed
The link went to the publisher, I recall seeing it on Amazon also.
I believe published in the early 90s. 93ish? But still purchasable
Currently going crazy trying to find it with such not-so-limiting search terms. My browser history doesn't go back far enough to find it there. Hoping someone familiar with it happens upon this, I guess.
How to get a book of poetry published? [more inside]
I want to write a children's picture book, submit it to a publisher, and get it published. Now what? [more inside]
Any advice for self-publishing or licensing your own created educational materials? I am interested in creating and publishing some speech therapy materials for use in schools with kids. Where to start? [more inside]
I'm wondering if there exists a published timeline that explains all the psychological changes before, during, and after puberty in regards to sexual fantasies. [more inside]
Having recently discovered Anais Nin's Delta of Venus
and Little Birds
, I'm looking for classy, somewhat highbrow, non-amateur, published erotic literature along the same lines. [more inside]
I found out I will be credited as a co-author on a white paper. [more inside]
Longshotfilter: where can I find a list of all the trade (ie, non-consumer) magazines published in English? [more inside]
Where should I search in order to generate a list of all/most books published (in English, for the past 20 years or so) about a particular topic? I have a feeling that using Amazon plus my local library isn't giving me comprehensive results. Is there some kind of all-libraries database? Or all books that have been issued ISBN numbers?
After reading this fascinating thread
, I'm curious: How many published authors are among our number? I'd love to see who's here and what kinds of books you've written.