What You Can Get Away With » Worth Reading 99: If you liked it, then you should have stuck a flake in it

There’s either been not enough or too many things being written on the internet recently, but here’s some of the more recent ones I’d recommend taking a look at.

The Shame of Selling Yourself – Stuart Millard on the hard tasks faced by a self-promoting self-published author.
Beware the New Fascism. You might not even recognise it. – A warning from Jason O’Mahony
David Howarth responds on secret courts – Probably needs a better title (like ‘David Howarth calmly and methodically demolishes the government’s arguments on secret courts’ for instance) but a reminder of what we lost when he chose to leave Parliament. Yes, I know we got Julian Huppert instead, but why can’t we have both of them?
The press is throwing a toddler’s tantrum over Leveson – Alex Andreou on how the press is living up to its bad reputation as it campaigns against Leveson proposals
The Rape of James Bond – Author Sophia McDougall on the use of rape in fiction and whether that use is realistic (obviously, trigger warnings for rape and sexual assault)

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