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Where to Publish Your E-Book – Kobo, Kindle, Apple, Overdrive?

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– Amazon Kindle definitely has the market for e-books cornered in the United States but it’s not the only player in the marketplace. If you’re a non-fiction author about to publish an e-book, you might be wondering where you should upload your book for distribution. If you are, stick around. (upbeat music) Hi there, I’m […]

Is Your Non-Fiction Book Acknowledgement Boring?

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I think the acknowledgements are an important part of a book. It’s the author’s opportunity to thank the many people who have helped them create the book and even help them in their life or career that got them to the point of writing that book. Gratitude is important and I am totally good with […]

Here’s how to get rid of your fear of death once and for all…

Here’s how to get rid of your fear of death once and for all…

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(gentle piano music) – Are you scared of dying? I know how you feel. I used to be scared of dying too. And if you’re like I was then you’re afraid to die because nobody ever gave you a good reason why you shouldn’t be. That is until now. Hi, I’m Jack McElroy. I’m an […]

Saving Books and More to your Zotero Collection

Saving Books and More to your Zotero Collection

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Hey there Bruins! Here’s a quick research tip from your friends at the UCLA Library. Today’s topic: saving books and more to your Zotero collection using Zotero standalone. In this tutorial, you will find a book using UCLA Library website databases. Then, you’ll save your book to your Zotero collection. And finally, you’ll sync your […]

WHAT I READ IN AUGUST 📚 11 Book RANTY & LOVEY Wrap Up

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I’m not going into it please forgive me…two stars okay okay I am not reading this blurb again I’m sorry but it felt like tokenism mind-fuckery {sarcasm} Wow! Everything is so different than how I imagined it and Woah sorcerers don’t have pointy ears? Who knew? I know. GIRL same like if I pulled these […]

Inside Random House: Bringing Our Authors’ Books to Life

Inside Random House: Bringing Our Authors’ Books to Life

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Writing a book is an extremely complicated job. It isn’t just one sits down at a computer and just lets it rip. That could be a very good first draft, for example. In fact David Ebershoff, one of our great editors at Random House, has always said that writing is all about rewriting. And so […]

NORMAL PEOPLE by Sally Rooney | Book Club Discussion

NORMAL PEOPLE by Sally Rooney | Book Club Discussion

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Hi readers, I’m Jess. And I’m Abbe. Thank you so much for joining our August book club when we read Normal People by Sally Rooney. So this book follows two friends, Marianne and Connell. They grow up in a small little town in Ireland and Marianne’s kind of the outcast Connell is way more popular, […]

Books In Session | The Raven Boys

Books In Session | The Raven Boys

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I think its guilt going on. Guilt? Yeah I think its guilt. Like she feels guilty. she’s just like, “I’m suppose to kill this guy” Hello and thank you guys for jumping into the nook realm with us today. We’re having our first episode for our new segment “Books In Sessions” where we’re reviewing generally […]

The Book People’s Book Club

The Book People’s Book Club

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Hello fellow book-lover! Here at the Book People, we make it our business to recommend outstanding stories you’ll love from our range of hand-picked titles. Because of this, we’re excited to announce the launch of our brand new Book Club. Every month we promise to introduce you to a spellbinding new title, chosen from our […]

Teaching, Writing & Books : How to Join a Science Fiction Book Club

Teaching, Writing & Books : How to Join a Science Fiction Book Club

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Hi I’m Laura from youngwritersworkshops.com and I’m going to talk about how to join a science fiction book club. There are a couple different types of science fiction book clubs. There are science fiction book clubs that you can join and by joining this club you’ll receive a substantial discount on books that you buy. […]