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More Than My Bindings
24Sep

More Than My Bindings

When creating a book, the thought of it being a 'living thing' is something that I believe is felt by those who sincerely love books. They see books as not

The Fan Box Launch Update
23Sep

The Fan Box Launch Update

No doubt many of you have begun noticing the announcements of The Fan Box. We will be releasing at least 1-2 Fan Box pages in the first round. They will

New Platforms Coming Soon
22Sep

New Platforms Coming Soon

Over the next two years we are going to be implementing two new platforms to help our readers/writers engage with our community. The first platform will help people borrow and keep

The Place Where Stars Are Made
20Sep

The Place Where Stars Are Made

A cool look at where stars are made and the random obscure things that are in a town near you.

Next Month’s Theme
18Sep

Next Month’s Theme

Theme For March begins, March 1st, 2020

Krampus
16Sep

Krampus

Many people consider Krampus or depict him almost demon-like. This is where unfortunately I may to some decree sprinkle a slight bit of heathen salt into the Christmas landscape that

Expansion News
10Sep

Expansion News

We have received word that our books are going to be prepared to be launched on two more platforms. Audio books are the first platform that we are in progress

Ebooks and the Big Five
10Sep

Ebooks and the Big Five

Resources Big Five Changes Business Model Libraries Must Draw the Line Questioning Tor’s Ebook Embargo Future of Ebook Pricing Publishers Sabotaging the Libraries? Libraries Pushing Back Hachette Book Group replaced

Climate Change & Writing
08Sep

Climate Change & Writing

Before we begin, I will say right now, that I 100% believe in climate change. If you don't believe in it, well that isn't going to stop it happening. That

My Disney Me-Sheal
06Sep

My Disney Me-Sheal

What do I like about Disney? Actually, I don’t particularly care for Disney or Disney movies. I can take them or leave them to be honest. I’ve never been much

Zodiac
04Sep

Zodiac

Horoscope is one of the very first personality predictors in human history. It's no Carl Jung but it gives us a baseline peek into who we are and as creatures

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