This is a guest post from Margaret Kingsbury. Margaret’s short stories and poems have appeared in Devilfish Review, Pulp Literature, Nonbinary Review, and Expanded Horizons. She and her saxophone-pl
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
Free Comic Book Day: What is it?
Free Comic Book Day is the first Saturday in May. It's an International Event that celebrates comic books and the local comic shops that provide them to thei...
How to Transfer Images with Gel Medium
Get ready to make some gel-medium magic! It’s all about putting your favorite images on everything from wood to canvas to fabric and more. In this tutorial, ...
What is the Apostolic Pardon?
As a person draws closer to the doors of death, there is one blessing in particular that the Church reserves for this most sacred moment: the Apostolic Pardon. It is a pardon that can be given by a…
Pro-Tip: Keep Your Storefront Flexible
By Rod Edwards | on January 25, 2017 | When you were deciding what the initial layout of your store was going to look like, you probably took a lot of time and effort to envision where everything would go and the type of presentation your storefront would make. You knew where every shelf, every rack and every register would call it’s home Now, you may be discovering that you need a little more room. Product focus has changed and new types of merchandise demand a different type of presentation. Depending on the types of events that you have scheduled in your store, it can get crowded quickly. Whether it’s a book signing, board game night, or a big TCG pre-release event, we often find ourselves wishing that we had more room. That’s…
Gang abseiled into a warehouse and stole rare books
They escaped with more than 160 books, many from the 15th and 16th Centuries, that were being stored in a warehouse near Heathrow before being flown to the United States.
How to Give a Book Reading: A Bashful Author's Guide
Giving a book reading? Here’s how to do it right! By Melodie Campbell It’s a fact: when I read from my work in public, I sell books. When I don’t read, I don’t sell. This may seem obvious. If you are not on the New York Times bestseller list, then many of the people in …
5 Tips For Marketing Your Self-Published E-Book to Libraries
Smashwords founder Mark Coker gives indie authors five marketing tips to help get self-published e-books into library collections.
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