Authors Tab

The Authors tab focuses on the authors of the books listed on the Books tab.

Author-Master

The master list shows all the authors.

  • The title bar displays the Online Help, Add Author, and Reports buttons.
  • The body of the list contains the authors. You can navigate to an author by scrolling, tapping an index letter (or the right side), or entering part of the author's name in the search bar.

Tap an author's name to show detail.

The information stored about authors is displayed in three sections.

Information Section

Author Info

If this author writes predominately in a particular genré, you can specify it here and the genré will be applied to other works of this author as they are added.

If this author is one of your favorites, tap the heart icon.

You can use the Notes section for anything you might want to record (or remember) about this author.

Bibliography Section

Author Biblio

The bibliography list shows all of the books by this author currently in Book Corner. To add other books by this author (or to simply update the author's bibliogrophy), tap the Update button.

Book Corner will search the Library of Congress Card Catalog for more books by this author and display a list.

Biblio-Update

Select as many or as few books as you wish. If a book is listed more than once, that means that more than one edition has been recorded with the Library of Congress.

Series Section

Some writers will create a set of books (a Series) featuring a repeating character, a shared environment or context, etc. Writers in the Mystery and Science Fiction genrés are well known for doing this. And in some cases, a writer may write in several different series during their career.

This section allows you to define this author's series. You can then associate each of the writer's books with it's associated series.

Author-Series

Tap the Add Series button to add a new series to the list.

Series-Update

 

Series-Update

 

One a series has been defined, you can

  • Slide left to delete it.
  • Slide right to edit it (ie, correct spelling)