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Originally posted on readers+writers journal:
Make Your Own Book Trailer for Free…or Almost Free Everyone loves short videos. They don’t take long to watch, even at work, and they’re easy to share on social media and then talk about. Book trailers are one of the most effective ways to promote your book online, but they…
Originally posted on BookPeople:
Last month, NPR revealed a new book list called Book Your Trip. It is a list made up of adult and children’s books that feature different modes of transportation. Some books focus on boats, some on horses, and some on miscellaneous methods such as a giant peach and time. NPR’s list…
Originally posted on weebletheringskite:
Getting my geek on. When it comes to stylish imaginings of the future this has few equals. I especially love the slight seventies olive corduroy and flowers edge, tho you don’t really see it in this clip
Past and present collide when an Alzheimer’s patient’s fragile memory holds the key to solving mysteries dating back to World War II—including a long lost secret love affair. Music professor Gus LeGarde is just doing a favor for a friend when he agrees to play piano for church services at a local nursing home. He […]
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Originally posted on Madeleine Swann:
Another flash fiction out today? Have I gone mad?! Yes. The Marzipan King Is A Dick on Bizarro Central.
A Needle in the Cosmic Haystack: Formal and Empirical Approaches to Life in the Universe Posted From Centauri Dreams
Posted: 25 Jul 2014 09:30 AM PDT Are we alone in the universe? Nick Nielsen muses on the nature of the question, for the answer seems to depend on what we mean by being ‘alone.’ Does a twin of Earth’s ecosystem though without intelligent life suffice, or do we need a true […]