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search responsive menu home ebooks latest contact ebooks the 3 worst mistakes fiction writers do abbie ball january 23, 2017 you know me – i love to read. i’ll read pretty much anything i can get my hands on, whether it’s good or bad. i like to pick up high-profile books that people recommend me (by the way, i seriously appreciate your suggestions, so keep them coming), as well as any stuff from amateur writers that i can get my hands on for cheap on amazon. and when you read as much as i do, you start to notice some… things. bad things. terrible, no-good things. mistakes is what i’m getting at, and not just mistakes, like a pacing issue, or a plot hole, or a trope/cliché (those are basically unavoidable by even the greatest writers), i mean errors that either should have certainly been caught and fixed by another draft, or are fundamentally embedded into the core of the book to the point where you’d need to go back to the drawing board to correct them. so what the hell, let’s dive in and explore the three worst mistakes fiction writers do! remember – these apply only to fiction, and are also in no particular order! 1. introducing too many characters straight from the start one of the biggest mistakes that i’ve personally noticed i believe stems from the fact that many writers visualize their stories and characters in their heads. they see it almost as a movie or a tv show, and can clearly imagine the visuals, so to them, having a bunch of brand new characters introduced at once is nothing out of the ordinary, because movies do it all the time! the problem is, with a visual medium, you can keep track of these characters even when you don’t know their names or what they’re about. you can give them label based on appearances or behavior. books, however, are obviously not a visual medium – they rely on your inner eye to tell the story. so unless you’re able to properly imagine a character, then you’re only going to get confused. mark? who the hell is mark? that’s why good writers only introduce one or two characters at a time, allowing readers to become familiar with them before moving forward. take, for example, the very first “harry potter” book – re-read that and try to take notes of exactly when each important character is properly introduced. see if you can spot how developed they are before the next major player shows up! meanwhile, compare that to something like, say, “five nights at freddy’s: the silver eyes” (which, according to my kindle notes, most people didn’t even finish), and see what i’m talking about. 2. writing things that are completely redundant i don’t remember who said it, and google isn’t helpful, but one of my favorite rules of fiction writing is “if something can be cut, it should be”. it’s beautiful, it’s to the point, and it is 100% correct. books should be as short as possible, especially in today’s world of oversaturation where you rarely have a shortage of stuff to do. in all honesty, i know for a fact that most publishers aren’t going to even touch a book by a new author if it’s longer than a certain amount, since most people aren’t willing to invest that much time and effort into someone untested. and yet some novice authors feel the need to consistently pad out their plots for length, even when that is completely unnecessary. “hmm, maybe i haven’t properly established the main character’s relationship with his wife. let’s do a 25-page scene in which they have dinner!” no, dude, seriously, we get it, they’re in a loveless marriage, we seriously don’t need that information reinforced. we’re not idiots. but one of the absolutely dumbest examples of this mistake comes from a book that i will not name, since it’s a very, very small title i got for free, so it’d feel like bullying. one example from it involved a character, an evil senator of some sort, making arrangements with a co-conspirator in order to further their evil scheme. they discuss their whole plan at ridiculous lengths (literally all they want to do is frame someone for a murder, and yet they’re willing to go as far as to enact a new law specifically to frame that one particular person) in a scene that goes on for way too long, and when it mercifully ends, the senator says something along the lines of “okay, great. i’ll call my secretary and do the arrangements”. normally, you’d expect this to be the cue for a scene transition or a chapter end, but nope, the guy actually calls his secretary and proceeds to repeat to her the exact goddamn thing that he’d just spent pages upon pages discussing. ugh. don’t do that. just… just don’t. 3. adding twists for the sake of twists think about it for a second – why is the “i am your father” twist from “empire strikes back” still considered to be one of the best plot twists of all time, despite the fact that “character x and character y are secretly related” has been used as a plot device literally since antiquity? well, that is because not only was the twist shocking, but it also completely changed the dynamic between the characters and the context of the whole trilogy. that one, single line changed everything! “star wars” was no longer just a simple fight between a very good good and a very bad bad. the evil tyrant that has been hunting down luke and his friends since the start of the trilogy used to be a hero, his own father at that. ben kenobi, the wise old sage, is exposed as a liar and a manipulator with his own agenda. and most of all, the twist makes sense – of course ben would lie about luke’s father, it’s not like “hey, i want you to come help me kill your own father and destroy everything he’s helped built” was going to be a good sales pitch! this one twist, despite being so mundane, still shocks children to this very day. it’s basically the most memorable thing about “star wars” as far as casual audiences are concerned! and of course, that means that everyone and their mother now wants some kind of twist in their book. as a rule of thumb, never, ever have a plot twist just for the sake of having a plot twist – that never ends well. if you’re looking for poor examples of a plot twist that make no sense, look no further than agatha christie’s “the murder of roger ackroyd”, or naseem rakha’s “the crying tree”. i won’t spoil these twists for you, but they’re really bad, either failing to add anything to a story or just coming completely out of nowhere. as for examples of good twists, look no further than gillian flynn’s “gone girl”, or ian mcewan’s “atonement”. continue reading ebooks, latest how to get free ebooks legally abbie ball august 16, 2016 most people prefer the feeling of a real, dead tree book in their hands – the smell, the texture, the sound of pages being turned, the knowledge that you’re getting further into the story as the right side of the book becomes smaller… i’m not one of those people, though. personally, i’m all about those ebooks. i love them! i can’t get enough of them! i find them easier and faster to read, and i don’t need to be lugging around a large brick with me everywhere in order to get my daily fix. the eternal debate of which is better – physical or ebook – will rage on until one format becomes obsolete, with the memes and various posts made on the internet about it ranging from “sensible” to “hilariously bad” (a particular example i can think of is a very upvoted image where a user proudly proclaimed that a kindle will never be as impressive as a fully stocked library – and honestly, if you’re just getting books to impress people with your collection, you’re reading for the wrong reasons). still, i do need to give credit where credit is due, and the fact of the matter is that if you prefer physical books, it’s way easier to get them for free. all you need to do is waltz into the local library, browse around and then check out whatever it is you want. easy peasy! ebooks enjoy regular sales on marketplaces like amazon, but generally, you can’t really obtain them for free legally in the same way that you’d be able to get physical books. or can you? yes, believe it or not, there are actually several ways you can get free ebooks completely legally, no scams or piracy required! first and foremost – if you, like me, live in the uk, or in the us, canada or australia, chances are that your local library might have digitized its collection, especially if it’s a bigger one. all you need to do is ask at the library, register for a username and password, download an app on your ereader and then enjoy reading pretty much all of the books that are available in that library immediately, for free! the negative side is that since most libraries require apps, this method won’t work on ereaders that don’t support apps, such as older kindles and nooks. but don’t despair, for there are even more ways you can obtain free books, as long as you’re not too picky about it! and yes, those ways do work on even older ereaders! a good place where you can check for free books the free ebooks reddit, which regularly posts links to various online stores (mostly amazon, but sometimes others) presenting books that, for a limited time only, are completely free. the books range from normal fiction that you’d find in a store, to non-fiction/guides, to weird stuff that you’d never find in a store (for example, the very first book in the subreddit as of the time i’m writing this is a giant monsters romance novel). but that’s a bit too much hassle. what if someone could e-mail you every single day and send you links to free books straight into your inbox based on the genres that you’re interested in? well, you’re in luck, because that is literally what freebooksy does. once you sign up, every single day you’ll receive an e-mail filled with ebooks that are free for the day. those books will generally be in the genres you’ve specified as having an interest in, but what exactly they are is anyone’s guess – most of them are romances, but there’s quite a few thrillers and horrors in there. and best of all – i’ve actually found quite a few casino-themed books through the service! as you may be aware, i’m a pretty avid gambler with a particular weakness for casino books. i mean, just look at all the ones i’ve reviewed in the past! when i’m not looking for the most excellent real money online casino offers for uk gamblers or playing roulette, blackjack or one of the few slots that i enjoy (okay, so i’m more of a traditional gambler than a slot aficionado, sue me), chances are i always have at least one casino book on the side, and many of them (but not all) i’ve gained through the free ebooks subreddit and freebooksy. currently, i’m reading this book on bonus bagging, which i might actually review in the future because it offers a pretty fresh new perspective on something that a lot of players utterly dismiss. but anyway, i’m getting off-topic here! let’s return to the realm of free books! if you don’t mind audiobooks, and spending a little bit of cash, i’d highly recommend that you get a subscription for audible. in theory, audible is a site where, for a small fee (which depends on your region, but is usually not a lot more than a netflix subscription) you get one audiobook a month. in practice, though, since you can return any audiobook you get for any reason whatsoever, audible can technically become an all you can eat buffet for as long as you’re paying the subscription fee. there’s no limit on how many times you can return a book and get a new one, which means that you’re only limited by your own free time. i think that four (well, let’s call them three and a half) ways of getting free ebooks are more than enough, so what are you waiting for? go burn that kindle out! continue reading ebooks best books about blackjack abbie ball june 30, 2016 my love for blackjack started several years ago when i spent a night at the casino with friends. it was the first time i had played blackjack and i was astounded at how thrilling and enthralling the experience was. yet it quickly became clear to me that i didn’t really know what i was doing. there were some players who won time and again, and it made me wonder what their secret was. were they secretly counting the cards, or was lady luck simply on their side that night? as a self-professed book worm, i decided to research the game and try to brush up on my skills. i was amazed at the sheer volume of books i found on amazon related to blackjack. never one to turn away from a challenge, i set to dedicating a lot of time reading these books to find out if any could help newbies like me, and if there were any that could genuinely help to swing the odds of winning in my favour. if we’re talking about the best blackjack books, then we have to go back to grass roots and mention the book that started it all. edward o. thorp’s revolutionary book beat the dealer was a game changer. it provided a winning strategy for the game of 21, and was the first book to mathematically prove that card counting and a basic strategy could be used to overcome the house edge in blackjack. the book was a huge hit and earned a place on the coveted new york times bestseller list. thorp’s theories and principles have influenced countless players and authors when it comes to the practice of card counting. despite being released back in the 60’s, the principles and strategies presented within the book are just as relevant today as they were over 50 years ago. this is a must read for all blackjack players, whether you are a beginner or an experienced player. they say you should never judge a book by its cover, but when you see the title the world’s greatest blackjack book emblazed across the cover of lance humble and carl cooper’s book, you can’t help but have high expectations of this one. it is a great choice for beginners, as it presents a simple and straightforward explanation of all the basic rules and strategies. yet it is also suitable for those who want to become serious players, with a clear and precise teaching of the hi-opt i counting system. what i found most endearing about the book is the interesting stories the authors share about their own experiences. this makes it a fun and enjoyable read, as well as an informative and educative one. when it comes to finding a reliable and effective guide to playing blackjack professionally, you can’t go far wrong with a book written by a pro. that’s what you get in kevin blackwood’s play blackjack like the pros. blackwood has a wealth of experience when it comes to playing blackjack and is considered by many to be one of the world’s top card counters. he has won over a million playing the card game and in his book, he shares his big money winning strategies. all the essentials are covered in a clear, logical and easy to understand manner. as well as the basic rules of play, blackwood also teaches his own proven card counting system, which is presented in three levels to suit different types of players. whether you are a new player, just playing for fun or if you consider yourself a professional, you will find specific teachings tailor made for your needs. the book also covers a wide range of blackjack related topics, including money management, team play and internet blackjack. in addition to these books, i also found plenty of resources online which can help to improve your understanding of blackjack and to increase your success. sites such as realmoney-blackjack.com provide a complete guide to playing the popular card game, including tips and tricks for reducing the house edge in order to optimise your chances of winning big. whichever route you decide to take, in my opinion, the more research you do, the better chance you have of beating the house. so happy reading, and happy playing! continue reading ebooks top 3 poker books for beginners abbie ball april 2, 2016 in order to become a successful poker player that can live out of the game, you have to take your time in educating yourself about the game and the different strategies that you can use. remember that poker is primarily a game of strategy and, therefore, the more you know compared to the other players at the table, the better your chances will be to leave the game victorious. below, i will present to you three books that many players found very useful, especially in the beginning of their poker careers. let’s start with the book of one of the public’s favourite poker stars – daniel negreanu. power hold’em strategy by daniel negreanu no-limit hold’em is the most popular type of poker out there and as such, there are many books that are dedicated to the players that want to beat the game. being himself one of the most successful poker players of all time (in some internet rankings he’s even occupying the number one spot), daniel negreanu has written one of the most influential and useful books in the field – power hold’em strategy. this is a book that every beginner that aspires to become a professional player should read and, of course, apply its content into his or her gameplay. doyle brunson’s super system ii you might find doyle brunson’s super system ii especially useful if you’re planning on mainly playing live poker as he goes more into the psychology of the game rather than the hard math. he puts a lot of emphasis on the tells in poker, i.e. reading other players. this book will be especially useful for players that cannot seem to loosen up and are playing too tight. though many players find doyle’s style a little bit too arrogant and stupidly brave, i personally found it very useful for me, because up until a certain point i was only playing the ‘sure’ hands which, as you can imagine, come once in a blue moon. after reading the book, i got bolder and started using my position and a little bit more aggression in order to dominate hands where i was definitely not the favourite. the theory of poker by david sklansky the full name of this book is: the theory of poker: a professional poker player teaches you how to think line one. this is the ultimate beginner guide to poker. it covers all the basic particularities of the game and is applicable to all types of poker. here you will learn about bluffing, slow play, reading the opponent, playing according to the position and many other skills that every aspiring player should acquire. the theory of poker is considered to be one of the best and most essential books about poker ever written. continue reading ebooks, latest the witcher saga – better than the games! abbie ball march 10, 2016 if you’re even remotely interested in videogames, chances are you’ve heard of a franchise known as “the witcher”. the first game, released in 2007, gained gigantic critical acclaim for its complex storyline and characters and interesting battle and character development systems (which haven’t really aged all that well, admittedly). its success gave the developer, an unknown polish studio by the name of cd projekt red, worldwide recognition, allowing them to release “the witcher 2” in 2011 and, of course, “the witcher 3”, which won 2015’s game of the year award. the series is universally beloved by gamers everywhere… but did you know that they’re actually a sequel to a whole bunch of novels? and that the novels are way older than the games? it’s true! in a world where most novels associated with videogames are adaptations (such as the wonderful “assassin’s creed” books), it’s actually quite refreshing to see some games which are actually based on books rather than the other way around. and not only that – “the witcher” saga is great! like, really, really great! while it never quite picked up steam in the rest of the world until the games blew up, the saga was actually extremely popular in poland, spawning a movie and a tv series. and for good reason – it gives you fantasy like you’ve never seen it before! it’s dirty, gritty, but not overwhelmingly negative. it doesn’t shy away from presenting our characters as human (or inhuman) not just psychologically, but also physically. it’s hard to explain without giving things away, so let’s talk a bit about the plot, shall we? the books follow the adventures of geralt of rivia, a witcher – essentially someone who walks from town to town and takes money to deal with monsters plaguing the villagers. sometimes this involves killing a giant beast, other times it involves dealing with it in some other manner. for example, in the very first book, “the last wish”, geralt has to lift a curse from a young girl who has been turned into a striga, a werewolf-like creature from polish mythology. in the next book, “sword of destiny”, there’s a story all about not killing a monster and dissuading other hunters from pursuing it, as it is the last of its kind. and starting from the next book, “blood of elves”, killing monsters takes a back seat to a complicated plot as an army approaches from beyond the veil of the known world to destroy it. interestingly enough, the aforementioned first two books, “the last wish” and “sword of destiny”, are collections of short stories rather than novels, but that doesn’t mean you should dismiss them, as they introduce key characters and concepts that you absolutely need in order to understand the novels. characters like dandelion, the bard who always accompanies geralt in order to sing of his exploits; yennefer, the sorceress whose destiny is tied to geralt’s through magic, and ciri, who is so important later that literally anything i say about her is a huge spoiler. all the books are available in english (the first 5 from amazon, the last two are available for free online as a fan translation, with the author’s permission), so get out there and give them a read! i guarantee they’re better than the games, and that’s saying something! continue reading ebooks, latest battle royale – my favorite book abbie ball february 17, 2016 let’s set up the scene a bit, shall we? imagine that you live in japan, a country which not too long ago faced one of the biggest, most terrifying attacks in history in the forms of the hiroshima and nagasaki bombings. your parents have lived through it, and they have told you of the countless horrors they’ve encountered – people scorched and burned to death, people killing each other over resources, people gradually dying due to radiation poisoning. you grow to resent violence and death, but surprisingly, most people of your generation, and the young ones from the next one, don’t seem to share your opinion. they adore violent pop culture such as movies and manga (japanese comic books). the more violent it is, the better. how do you write a book that can show the horrors of violence to a young, contemporary audience while trying not to have the message too “in your face”? you write “battle royale”. the book tells the story of an alternate universe where, following the second world war, japan descended into a totalitarian regime not unlike that of north korea in the present. people dress the same, act the same, and all western influences, such as music or movies, are forbidden – unless they portray japan in a good light. the japanese government terrorizes its people in various ways, but the most notable one is the “battle royale” program. each year, a random class of middle schoolers (12-14 year old kids) is kidnapped, outfitted with explosive collars, placed on an evacuated island, given a weapon and told that if within three days there is more than one of them alive on the island they will all die. thrown into a complete hell literally overnight, the students find themselves forced to commit horrible murders for the sake of survival. some choose to die with dignity, others descend to their primal selves and begin hunting down the others, using their looks or superior fighting skills to overwhelm them. but on the island, you’re not allowed to be a good person, because good people die first. “battle royale” executes its flaw perfectly. the violence in the book, while not gratuitous, is realistically portrayed and described like in no other book… or movie, for that matter. but despite the fact that this game of death is at the core of the story, it’s not the focus. it’s the characters. almost all of the 40 students fighting for their lives are given a fleshed out personality, backstory and motivation. that makes each death that much more emotional. while there are several characters who take on the role of “hunters” and start exterminating the other students, we can understand why each character is doing what they’re thinking. a huge mistake that the movie adaptation of “battle royale” did (alongside several other major ones, but that’s a rant for another time) is making the main antagonist just some guy the government hired to hunt down the kids, which goes completely against what the book was going for. here, we know who both the hunter and the hunted are, so we care about the characters no matter what the outcome is. and let me tell you, it’s not just the hunters who get to kill. above all, “battle royale” is an exploration of the human mind under duress. when the chips are down and it’s kill or be killed, who are you going to become? and more so, it’s an exploration of the mind of a teenager, someone who only a few years ago used to be a child and is now on their way to being an adult. no, that’s still not right – it’s the exploration of the minds of forty teenagers. and if you think you can handle the violence (or even if you don’t think you can), it’s definitely one worth diving into. continue reading ebooks book overview – spin roulette gold abbie ball december 9, 2015 there are many books written about the classic casino game roulette, but undoubtedly one of the best ones is frank scoblete’s spin roulette gold: secrets of beating the wheel. this book is one of the highest rated roulette titles on amazon, scoring 4.6 stars out of 5. furthermore, it enjoys many positive reviews from experts as well as from regular players. frank scoblete, on the other hand, is one of the best-selling authors on the topic of casino gaming who is famous for his fun yet informative writing style easily digestible by the general public and not only by casino pros. other great titles by scoblete that you might want to check out are: the expert’s guide to casino gambling, beat the craps out of the casinos: how to play craps and win! and guerrilla gambling: how to beat the casinos at their own games. as far as the content of the book goes, scoblete covers some very interesting tricks which can be applied at land-based roulette tables. it’s all about identifying biased wheels and taking advantage of them as well as looking for section-shooting dealers and other specifics of live gaming that you can turn into your advantage. the most impressive thing about scoblete’s work is that this book is based on the recordings and analysis of 10,000 real roulette wheel spins. of course, no one and nothing is perfect and the book has one major flaw: all the examples are in dollars and with american roulette (i.e. one featuring two zeros instead of one) which makes the book not as relevant for players outside of the u.s. still, the basic principles explained in the book remain valid and can be used by anyone. furthermore, in spin roulette gold, scoblete explains why the traditional roulette betting systems such as martingale’s, fibonacci’s and so on don’t work. unfortunately though, all that he’s talking about is relevant only to land-based roulette tables. the book would be pretty much useless for you, if you want to play roulette online. in such case, what you can do is pick the right site to play at and also a juicy bonus offer that is usable on this classic casino game. if it’s online roulette that you want to play but you don’t know where to start, i would suggest you check out the best roulette sites at casinoroulette.co.uk. there you will also find reviews of the casinos and the most popular online roulette variations. probably the only case in which the wisdom of this book book could be applied at online casinos is when you’re playing live-dealer roulette. this might actually be even better than playing at a land-based casino because you can calmly observe the wheel and the dealer for quite some time through a video stream without raising the suspicion of the casino. but this is merely a personal theory of mine that i haven’t yet tested and shouldn’t be taken as undeniable truth. continue reading ebooks read these books and reap the rewards abbie ball november 13, 2015 “for the talented, jack binion is fond of saying, las vegas is the land of milk and honey, and for the rest it is a burial ground”, says al alvarez in his book – the biggest game in town and may i just add that i couldn’t agree more. but why did i choose this particular book to begin with? because you should always know the rules and risks of any game before you start playing, right? and at the end of the day, this is what gambling is and it should be treated as such. on the other hand, there are many people who simply gamble to live and live to gamble. but perhaps only 30% manage to actually make a living without jeopardizing their family, their life, their future. and this is where this book comes in. if you plan on being quids in from gambling, you hav to read this particular book. couple of times, actually. aside from being extremely entertaining and full of valuable lessons, this book will take you straight to the poker tables in las vegas with the big sharks. to give you a little teaser, there is this one gangster who loses all his money at the poker table, and what does he do? he goes to rob a bank and returns to the table, only to lose all his heist money once more. that’s all i’m going to reveal about this book, but trust me, it’s definitely worth reading. you can find a kindle version of the book here. the next book is a must-read for all poker players all over the world. check-raising the devil, by the poker player extraordinaire mike “the mouth” matusow will take you on a roller coaster ride deep into the life of high stakes poker, wild parties filled with drugs and sex and mental illnesses and meltdowns. warning! this book is not for the fainted hart and it will keep you glued to it until you read the last word. what’s luck got to do with it?: the history, mathematics, and psychology of the gambler’s illusion, written by joseph mazur – professor emeritus of mathematics at marlboro college is a walk down history lane, which will take you from the earliest evidence of dice-playing among neolithic peoples all the way to the contemporary betting strategies. from pure mathematical explanations to engaging anecdotes, this book focuses on our deceptive psychology and all the things that make us rely on our luck more than we should. continue reading ebooks sports betting, tips and strategies from the pros abbie ball october 27, 2015 continue reading ebooks responsive web design review abbie ball september 29, 2015 hey there, internet! abbie ball here, back with another book recommendation! i know it may not look like it, but i really do care about this little blog of mine. if it was up to me, i’d have updated it every single day, but unfortunately school and other stuff has kept me away from it for the time being. i won’t bore you with the details, but suffice to say i’ve been one busy bee! but i have been working on the site, and i’ve prepared some pretty cool stuff for you, guys! most of it is just new content – another top 3, some book reviews (including one of a book that was actually requested of me, believe it or not), but the biggest changes i’ve got in store are aesthetic. let’s face it, my blog… just doesn’t have the best design in the world. it’s kinda like boxed wine – it gets the job done, but that doesn’t mean it’s good. good news is that i’ve been meaning to update it! bad news is i don’t know the first thing about web design. i asked around, and i was recommended a book apart – a site filled with short books about all kinds of subjects related to web design and web development! i decided to pick up “responsive web design” by ethan marcotte as my first book on the subject, and i have to say that while i’m not sure if it was the perfect book for an absolute beginner, it still taught me quite a lot. as i mentioned earlier, i know literally nothing about web design, though i have read a few books on game design, such as the absolutely spectacular “the art of game design”, and if you ask me the basic principles are more or less the same. both game design and web design are essentially about working under whatever limitations you have and making the most use of the tools at your disposal in order to craft the best experience possible for the particular person that your game or site is aimed towards, be it a little kid or someone who is intimately familiar with the medium. in videogames, most limits come from the limitations of the hardware that the game is running on, the various skills of its development team (an artist that’s great at drawing machines can’t suddenly be expected to draw ponies) and, of course, the budget. but web design doesn’t face those issues – most sites are very cheap to produce, are made by only one or two people (who presumably understand the ins and outs of html coding and asset creation) and most machines that will be used to access them are more than powerful enough to do so. then what are the limitations of web design? well, the thing is, a whole lot of devices are going to be used to access that website – we’re talking different sizes of monitors that have different resolutions, different sizes and resolutions of the various mobile devices, and don’t even get me started on all the additional devices you can view a site on, like videogame consoles or smartwatches! the biggest problem facing a designer is how to make a site that looks good on every single platform without developing a gajillion versions of it. this is known as responsive design, and is the main subject of the book. now, i’m not going to go into too much detail, as i’m very new to the world of web design, and you know what they say – it’s better to be silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt. if you’d like a chapter-by-chapter analysis of the contents you can always check out other reviews such as this one, or, you know, just read the book yourself. as i stated earlier (and as you can undoubtedly figure out yourself based just on the title), the entire book is primarily focused on responsive design – how to make your site look, feel and function well on multiple platforms, dealing with the often vast differences between them. i mean, even if we completely ignore the differences in resolution, input methods are still completely different between pc and mobile. on mobile you’ve often got a finger obscuring part of the display, and once the keyboard pops up it it automatically conceals a third of it. there’s also the fact that most monitors are adjusted horizontally (in landscape mode) while most people browse by holding their phones vertically (portrait mode). if a website just doesn’t quite feel right when you open it up on your phone, those are often the reasons why. i understand that this may not seem very helpful, especially not to someone who, like me, is just starting out and is trying to build a site from scratch, but is going to be extremely useful to more seasoned developers who are planning to expand their reach. after all, everything changed when the mobile nation attacked! after the mobile revolution, sites had to change themselves for mobile or die. quite a lot of controversial changes on popular websites such as facebook and twitter were done specifically in order to accommodate mobile and provide a more coherent experience between platforms. as time went on, more and more websites dedicated to all sorts of things began to truly understand responsive web design and outfit themselves so that they would be viewable on a mobile device. the gambing industry, for example is always quick to adapt, top online casino websites like mobileonlinecasinos.co.uk are already fully responsive and great to look at on your mobile device. web design has changed from the way it was done five years ago, and today even an amateur dev such as myself needs to adapt. overall, however, i don’t think i’d recommend the book to brand new developers who, like me, are just dipping their toes into web development. don’t get me wrong, it’s really, really good and informative, and if you’ve got some experience with web development then you absolutely need to check it out, like, asap. but it’s a really bad one to start out with. metaphors aren’t my strong suit, but imagine if you want to learn how to perform first aid and instead you grab a book about how to knit some really good bandages. sure, that’s going to be immensely helpful once you know first aid, but your fancy bandages aren’t going to save someone’s life all by themselves. i hope that made sense to you, guys! 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