Archive | November 13, 2015
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Written Word Media has produced a wonderful infographic of a Kindle owner. Hopefully, the interesting data included will give you plenty of marketing ideas. Here are my main takeaways from it: Frie… Source: Anatomy of a (Kindle) Reader
#Bookreview #TuesdayBookBlog A bilingual post. Un post bilingüe. ‘The Blue Crimes’ by Enrique Laso (@enriquelaso). ‘Los crímenes azules’ de Enrique Laso. An intriguing case and even more intriguing investigator. Un caso con mucha intriga y un investigador aún más intrigante.
Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all/Hola a todos: Today I bring you a review and a bilingual post. I realised that I was taking part in a blog tour tomorrow and I didn’t want to go overboard with posts, and as I had read a novel available in English and Spanish and I had…
Originally posted on KRISTINA STANLEY:
This week I have the pleasure of hosting C.S. Lakin. C. S. Lakin is a novelist and writing coach who spends her time divided between developing new book ideas and helping writers polish theirs. She is the author of fourteen novels – six contemporary novels, seven in the fantasy/sci-fi genre,…
Originally posted on Author – Richard F Holmes:
I’m delighted to announce that the second edition of my latest book, From Logic To Enlightenment, is now available. I’ve made some further alterations to the new cover and the final version has now been decided upon. Details below… Synopsis A delightful booklet of spiritual insights, miracles…
Posted: 13 Nov 2015 09:15 AM PST Kelvin Long is chief editor of the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society and the author of Deep Space Propulsion (Springer, 2011). A founder and first project leader of Project Icarus, the ongoing re-design of the Project Daedalus starship, Kelvin is also a co-founder of the non-profit Icarus […]
Posted: 12 Nov 2015 06:22 AM PST Back in the days when Clyde Tombaugh was using a blink comparator to search for ‘Planet X,’ finding a new object in the outer Solar System was highly unusual. Uranus had been found in 1781, Neptune in 1846, and I suppose I should add Ceres in 1801, although […]