Archives for the month of: February, 2017

Typography isn’t my forte, but this post is packed with information.

We already wrote about how important is to get your book cover right: first impressions count, as you might not get a second chance. In case you missed it, you can read it here. There is a tiny detail that many people overlook when designing their book cover (or when deciding whether to accept a…

Source: The Complete Guide to Choosing Your Book Cover Font –

Terry Tyler, author and reviewer extraordinaire, visits Rosie’s blog with a perfectly timed post about authors who can’t take a reviewers opinion and turn nasty.

Today I’m hosting a post written by Terry Tyler which I feel strongly about as well. #Bookblogger bashing: in the end, you’re only hurting yourself. I’ve read a few posts lately ab…

Source: #Bookblogger bashing: in the end, you’re only hurting yourself #MondayBlogs | Rosie Amber

This post had me salivating. I’ve only visited three of this, I think… A good reason to travel!

Wandering Educators love libraries. I mean, LOVE. Wherever we go, we find the local library, explore within, talk with librarians, and discover cool books. So in that sense, ALL libraries are cool (especially your local library).

Source: 25 of the World’s Coolest Libraries | Wandering Educators

Funny and heart-warming post for this Saturday. Happy weekend! Thanks, Telling Tales!

Here’s this weekend’s kick start – a bit of cute, a bit of heartstring pulling, a bit of political incorrectness. A mixed bag in other words! A 5-year-old girl went to her grandfa…

Source: Saturday’s funny and cute stuff – soulgifts – Telling Tales

Nicholas Rossis shares very useful information with all authors. Thanks!

Image this: You have the perfect campaign lined up, and are counting the days before you finally start paying off the cost of those ads. Then, you receive an email from Amazon accusing you of copyr…

Source: Amazon Notifications Regarding Copyright | Nicholas C. Rossis

As a horror fan, I had to share this post. Full to the brim with great suggestions! Thanks!

This time in This is Horror we’re going to have most of our focus on something very awesome. After all, February is Women in Horror Month!

Source: This is Horror #3: Women in Horror and a Mutant Rainforest – Sci-Fi and Scary

Dolors López, del blog La princesa ya se ve comparte una historia triste pero preciosa.

Este relato no debería estar en este blog, lo escribí por otro motivo y destinado al cibertaller literario de José Losada. Por motivos ajenos a todos, y sobretodo a José Losada no ha podido llevars…

Source: Soy tonto – laprincesayaseve

#Bookreview The Way of the Writer. Reflections on the Art and Craft of Storytelling by Charles Johnson. Unique reflections based on a lifetime of thinking and writing well.

#Bookreview BAUDELAIRE’S REVENGE by Bob Van Laerhoven (@bobvanlaerhoven) A dark, haunting and beautiful book #TuesdayBookBlog

Timecode de Juanjo Giménez (@rikkinadir) corto español nominado al Oscar al mejor cortometraje de ficción


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