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The author turned down an unpaid essay gig and received ridicule, prompting a Facebook bite-back and a flood of support.
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The author “took to Twitter” on Friday to make his feelings clear on the subject of the latest Nobel Prize in Literature winner, calling the writer “completely overrated”.
In November, the fast food chain is pioneering a new distribution model by offering access to new eBooks from Dorling Kindersley’s Amazing World series.
The Canadian author was called a "master of the contemporary short story" by the selecting committee.
A team of filmmakers are bringing the “sci-fi/horror thriller” writer’s novel to the big screen and they’re looking for a measly $85,000 to cover production costs to do it.