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#Videoinformativo (enlaces internacionales) y una pregunta, ¿qué materiales promocionales utilizáis en vuestras firmas y presentaciones de libros?

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hola a todos: Hoy no os voy a dar mucho la lata. Ando liada con una traducción y sé que vosotros estáis tan ocupados como yo. He estado probando un programa que se llama Snagit (si hacéis clic lo podéis descargar y probarlo gratuitamente) que permite grabar videos de la pantalla…

#BookReview Murder at the Lighthouse: An Exham on Sea Short Cozy Mystery (Exham on Sea Short Cozy Mysteries Book 1) by Frances Evesham (@FrancesEvesham). Murders, Secrets, Pets, Cakes and a Survivor Who Won’t Take No for an Answer. #RBRT #TuesdayBookBlog

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: Today I bring you a book I reviewed as part of Rosie’s Book Review Team.  Murder at the Lighthouse. An Exham on Sea Mystery by Frances Evesham Love cozy crime, murder mysteries, clever animals and cake? Don’t miss Murder at the Lighthouse, a short animal mystery set in…

Beginning of a Hero (Book Review)

Prayers to those who lost Loved Ones in France. 4 Paws Up to our Allies; We must stand United against the terrorists and these senseless acts of violence upon humanity.

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Huge Flares from a Tiny Star *** Posted From Centauri Dreams

  Posted: 24 Nov 2015 09:45 AM PST Just a few days ago we looked at evidence that Kepler-438b, thought in some circles to be a possibly habitable world, is likely kept out of that category by flare activity and coronal mass ejections from the parent star. These may well have stripped the planet’s atmosphere […]

Five Fascinating Facts about Jane Austen

Five Fascinating Facts about Jane Austen

Interesting Literature A very short biography of Jane Austen told in five pieces of great trivia 1. Many writers have hated her. D. H. Lawrence called Jane Austen a ‘narrow gutted spinster’, while Mark Twain didn’t pull any punches: ‘Everytime I read “Pride and Prejudice” I want to dig her up and beat her over the […]

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