Tag Archives: Felice Howden

10 most popular BookMachine posts ever

10 most popular BookMachine posts ever

We’re working out what to publish next here at BookMachine HQ and thought, as we were delving into the analytics, that you might appreciate a list of the most popular blog posts ever. So here is the top 10 list: 1. Why I work in publishing – by Sarah Cullington 2. Twitter tips from a […]

What BookMachine writers read in 2012

For all that BookMachine is emphatically not a site about the merits of individual books, it hopefully doesn’t come as a shock to any regular visitors that we’re all readers nonetheless, and that, as readers, we enjoy some books more than others. For my last post of the year, then – and, to be honest, […]

BookMachine Weekly BookWrap: publishing stories from around the web

This week on the site, we were Revisiting elearning in the Web 2.0 age with Anna Faherty, and Felice Howden asked What Game Is Anobii Playing? Meanwhile, the London Literature Festival announces 2012 line-up, and Century buys rights to Wool, inevitable sheep jokes. Elsewhere on the  web, it appears that Amazon aims to launch front-lit […]

Not The End of The World – January publishing off to a good start

It’s pretty well documented that January is the most depressing month of the year if you live in the UK. We’ve got nothing to look forward to except the two long months between now and the possibility of Spring, which, to be honest, is likely to be late, cold and disappointing. It seems commentators in […]

The Art of Bundling Short Stories

Felice Howden has been writing short stories for online publications for several years. Here she talks about the re-emergence of the short story.  In the style of so many 90s TV shows, the short story is making a comeback, and if you think Captain Planet is cool as hell, you ain’t seen nothin’. While huge […]

BookMachine is born from a desire to drink and talk [August party review]

Felice Howden, Writer and Digital Media Production assistant at OUP, writes really well so  we were really excited to read her review of last week’s party. Want to read it to? Bet you do.