Guest Blog

Keeping Up with Your Favorite Authors

by PirateYarr June 27, 2013
Keeping Up with Your Favorite Authors

Tracking new releases from your favorite authors seems like it should be fairly simple. Unfortunately, a comprehensive app for keeping track of release dates for books has yet to be made. Since the amount of time it takes for an author and publisher to produce another book varies greatly, it can be easy to lose […]

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Lighten up Your Bedtime Reading

by PirateYarr June 7, 2013
Lighten up Your Bedtime Reading

There are few activities that have remained as universally relaxing as reading a book at bedtime. Some people actually need the time with a good book to get a restful night’s sleep. With more and more electronics shoving their way into this precious time, it’s even more important to ensure that there is adequate light […]

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Getting the Most Out of Your Reading

by PirateYarr April 9, 2013
Getting the Most Out of Your Reading

Reading is one of the growing hobbies of the young community. The thrill of the suspense novel, the depth of the characters, the witty dialogues and the elaborate descriptions; these are a literary feast for the eyes. In addition, reading text books is one of the main attribute of our college days. We read not […]

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Writing on Fire

by PirateYarr March 20, 2013
Writing on Fire

Guest blog by Shawn Martin, author of Shadowflesh In order to supplement my writing habit I bring in a steady paycheck as a firefighter. The two occupations seem to have little or nothing in common, but strangely enough I’ve found fighting a fire has all the elements of writing a book. Conceptually, not literally. I […]

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Alexander the Great’s Most Prized Possession? A Book.

by PirateYarr August 29, 2012
Alexander the Great’s Most Prized Possession? A Book.

The following is a guest post by HJ from Alpha Traits. Alpha Traits dissects some of the greatest and most successful humans to ever live, discovering what traits elevated them above the rest. That’s right. The brutal and madly ambitious Greek leader that conquered the majority of the known world loved books. They inspired him, […]

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Cool! Reluctant Readers Road to Recovery Guide

by First Mate Keira July 20, 2012
Cool! Reluctant Readers Road to Recovery Guide

Do you fear approaching your Reluctant Reader? Have they been spotted this summer participating in questionable behavior with their books like building forts and extreme paper dolls? Identified by their atypical behaviors, the Reluctant Readers Road to Recovery Guide is here to help you create successful encounters with hesitant young readers everywhere. Panic no more […]

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