Books were developed after Roman readers found it difficult to remember their place in a long scroll.
Bookmarcus, as he was originally known, was a slave employed to keep his finger on the word his owner had reached in a scroll.
He tended to have a bent one.
Finger that he used.
The first books were a dry read.
Monks who used to copy out books by hand.
This helped them do it in the dark.
Invented printing when he got his scrolls caught in a cheese-press.
Brought the printing press to Britain. Gutenberg told him to take it back.
Often has a hard front as well.
Designed for recycling.
Tends to write travel guides.
Person who writes a book. (And Jeffrey Archer.)
Found on older books that are falling apart. Newer books still have a whole frontis.
Writing style of a bodice-ripper.
Members of the House of Lords who are enjoying a good read.
Where trees grow to produce wood for the pages of books.
Silly name used for characters in American romantic fiction.
Book printed on shiny paper.
Book you write yourself.
Popular in Yorkshire.
Place where you find computers, compact discs, and DVDs.
Computer virus that can cause E-books to become jumbled and unreadable. In Jeffrey Archer novels the effect is largely unnoticeable.
What an author does.
What lazy authors do.
The End. Or is it…?