New bookless public library

…opened in San Antonio last month.

It claims to offer lots of “traditional” library services (computer access, classes, children’s story time, study space) and an e-reader program where the collection of 10.000 e-titles can be accessed and checked out. E-readers can also be checked out.

I haven’t personally made the jump to the e-reader yet, but for those who like reading that way…this seems like an innovative (lower-cost?) way to provide vital services.

Thoughts?

Awesome writing advice

Even in my very limited study of creative writing (a couple courses in college), I’ve realized what a difference knowing about the process can make when I’m reading a piece of literature. It’s a blessing and a curse (read: my next review).

Some awesome writing advice from famous authors, written on their hands, which makes it even cooler

Elmore Leonard’s ten rules for writing fiction–I luuurve the dialogue advice

Does your knowledge of the creative writing make you a more critical reader? What bugs you?

What’s the best writing advice you’ve ever had?