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Originally posted on texthistory:
There are about 47 of these, compressed variants of the more normal languages, used, like birds to communicate over long distances especially when visibility is low. http://www.openculture.com/2015/08/fascinating-whistled-languages-of-the-canary-islands-turkey-mexico.html
Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
I often mention that promoting stand-alone books requires completely different strategies to promoting a series. Marketing strategies, like the highly effective tactic of making one book permafree as a gateway into a series, won’t work for stand-alones. So, how does one go about that? Bookbub Partners has the answer here.…
Originally posted on Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author:
I’ve only spotted a dozen monarchs here at the farmstead in Central Maine this summer. Recently, two delightful specimens danced around the garden where I encourage milkweed to grow alongside the flowers, herbs, fruits and vegetables that we harvest. I grabbed my camera just in time to…