Articles by Dan Eldridge

Weekend Roundup: The mini-memoir is a new and welcome e-book trend

By Dan Eldridge
July 21, 2013 // 1 Comment

The mini-memoir: a new and welcome ebook trend (The Guardian) It may surprise readers of Howard Jacobson’s latest novel, Zoo Time, a thinly disguised rant against modern literature, to learn that its famously fogeyish author has written an ebook. The Swag Man, published by American Jewish [ on]

Morning Roundup: JK Rowling is PISSED!

By Dan Eldridge
July 19, 2013 // 1 Comment

JK Rowling ‘Very Angry’ That Law Firm Leaked Her Name (NPR) In a twist worthy of her latest detective novel, it turns out it was a lawyer’s wife’s best friend who leaked J.K. Rowling’s identity as the “Robert Galbraith” who wrote the crime novel The [ on]

A TeleRead editor in the blogosphere

By Dan Eldridge
July 16, 2013 // 0 Comments

I was recently interviewed about e-books, e-reading and digital publishing trends by the team at eReflect, an Australia- and Philippines-based educational software company. eReflect also operates a network of blogs that cover the same topics their software aims to teach: vocabulary, memory skills, [ on]

A Note About TeleRead's New Rating System for Reviews

By Dan Eldridge
July 7, 2013 // 2 Comments

By now, we’re assuming the majority of our TeleRead regulars have probably noticed that we recently added a small but nevertheless significant new feature to our reviews: a five-star-style rating system. We quietly introduced the feature in a film review by Joanna Cabot that ran on July 2. [ on]

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