Posts tagged ‘Books’

Five Articles for Writers, Editors and Publishers

Today I attended BookCamp Vancouver at SFU. It’s was a well-run, well-organized event that frequently featured an engaging exchange of ideas. It probably could have used…

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More Marketing Ideas From Elsewhere

We were in the McNally Robinson bookstore in Nolita yesterday. It’s an excellent store, full of great books. As it turns out, it’s Canadian-owned (other stores…

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Books I Read on Holiday, Part Two

We’re on our way back to Panama City tomorrow. I’ve read some more books, and will spend my first hours in civilization desperately seeking English language…

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Books I’ve Read in Panama, Part One

As we’re kicking it Robinson Crusoe style in a remote corner of Panama, I’ve got an unusual amount of time for reading. I brought several books,…

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Zoomii is Long Overdue

Why did it take us until 2008 for somebody to invent Zoomii (thanks to Waxy for the pointage)? And the creator is Canadian, as it happens.…

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Books I Have Not Finished

I assume there are two or three basic types of readers. I haven’t done any research into this, but there’s probably the serial reader, who only…

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Reimagining the Harry Potter Films

I just read that the final Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Hollow Medley, will actually be split into two films, making a total of…

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52 Book Covers

While hunting around for a Farley Mowat quote for the preceding entry, I encountered this Flickr set. It’s 52 scans of book covers–some old, some new.…

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