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$400M Fiction Giant Wattpad Wants To Be Your Literary Agent – Hayley C. Cuccinello

It took a less than an hour in 2013 for Anna Todd to change her life. The Army wife and part-time babysitter had spent a lot of time reading fan fiction, stories by amateur writers about existing fictional universes and real-life celebrities. So her erotic tale about Tessa and Hardin—a wholesome college freshman and a … Continue reading $400M Fiction Giant Wattpad Wants To Be Your Literary Agent – Hayley C. Cuccinello

Digital Storytelling Lesson Ideas with Book Creator | Digital Storytelling Tools, Apps and Ideas

Book Creator is a powerful tool for digital storytelling lesson integration. Here are lots of classroom ideas to turn your students into creators. Source: Digital Storytelling Lesson Ideas with Book Creator | Digital Storytelling Tools, Apps and Ideas     Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order to fulfill our future research and … Continue reading Digital Storytelling Lesson Ideas with Book Creator | Digital Storytelling Tools, Apps and Ideas

Why I Owe Everything to Jonathan Gold — Discover

“Being a food writer is the most punk rock thing a person can do, and Jonathan Gold was the most punk rock of us all.” Javier Cabral pays homage to the legendary Los Angeles food writer, who was both his mentor and his role model. via Why I Owe Everything to Jonathan Gold — Discover Your … Continue reading Why I Owe Everything to Jonathan Gold — Discover

The Secret You Need to Know About Ebooks – Rick Ardman

Earlier this year, the price on the blockbuster book, The Girl on the Train, was slashed from $11.99 to $1.99 for one day only. Previously, Gone Girl was discounted from $9.99 to $2.99, and The Da Vinci Code was given away for free for one week. In all three cases, the discounts were only available … Continue reading The Secret You Need to Know About Ebooks – Rick Ardman

Tsundoku: The Art of Buying Books & Never Reading Them

Do you have a habit of picking up books that you never quite get around to reading? If this sounds like you, you might be unwittingly engaging in tsundoku - a Japanese term used to describe a person who owns a lot of unread literature. Prof Andrew Gerstle teaches pre-modern Japanese texts at the University … Continue reading Tsundoku: The Art of Buying Books & Never Reading Them

15 Must-Reads Small Business Owners Can Choose from This Summer – Young Entrepreneur Council

Summer is often a time of rest and relaxation, with plenty of time to sit out by the pool or on the beach with a good book. It’s no surprise that entrepreneurs fill up their summer reading list with books that will help them run their business better. There are the business classics like The … Continue reading 15 Must-Reads Small Business Owners Can Choose from This Summer – Young Entrepreneur Council

Amazon Should Replace Local Libraries to Save Taxpayers Money – Panos Mourdoukoutas

Amazon should open their own bookstores in all local communities. They can replace local libraries and save taxpayers lots of money, while enhancing the value of their stock. There was a time local libraries offered the local community lots of services in exchange for their tax money. They would bring books, magazines, and journals to … Continue reading Amazon Should Replace Local Libraries to Save Taxpayers Money – Panos Mourdoukoutas

2 Ideas To Evoke Charming Wabi-Sabi in Your Space — Sound Books

Arata Takabatake Tiny Japanese restaurant Davelle employs inspired tricks to create a “bright and thoughtful little world” and a lovely feeling of wabi-sabi. from Improvised Life via 2 Ideas To Evoke Charming Wabi-Sabi in Your Space — Sound Books

Dig A Well Before You Are Thirsty or You Might Just Be Left Treading Water

I like to live in the moment and enjoy smelling the roses. I try to find the positives in life. Why not? It can lead to a good health outcome as a result. Well, there is some data that supports that notion. Not entirely sold on it, however. But I do personally believe it.  It’s … Continue reading Dig A Well Before You Are Thirsty or You Might Just Be Left Treading Water

Book Selling 101 Course – Discover The Best Techniques On How to Make Thousands Selling Books On Amazon

Learn all of the fundamentals of Book selling on Amazon FBA from start to finish. Equipment needed, how to list effectively and efficiently, configuring your listing software, scanning software settings, grading your books and much more. Pricing your books to sell is critical and is the #1 reason we see people having issues with sell … Continue reading Book Selling 101 Course – Discover The Best Techniques On How to Make Thousands Selling Books On Amazon

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