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Category Archives: Wordless Wednesday
Wordless Wednesdays – Literary Map of London
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Wordless Wednesdays: 50 Shades of Graham
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Wordless Wednesdays – Show Me the Hunny.
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Wordless Wednesdays – You Can’t Spell “You And I Are Free” Without “Irony”
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Wordless Wednesday – Flippin’ Terry Fallis
Just downloaded Flipboard recently (apparently I’m the last person in the world to hear about it…) and found friend-of-the-blog and writing mentor Terry Fallis on the front cover. Terry recently became Resident Blogger for CBC Books’s Canada Reads.
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Wordless Wednesdays: A New Idea for Old Books
(As an added bonus, displaying them saves your bookshelves from obsolescence too…) Artwork by Guy Laramee – See more here: http://twistedsifter.com/2012/01/landscapes-carved-into-books-guy-laramee/
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Wordless Wednesdays: Only 366 Days Left…
Only 366 days left to finish that novel!
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Wordless Wednesdays: Duncan Weller Book Signing
Duncan Weller’s gallery opening and book launch for Rocket Fish. (I already have my signed first edition…)
Wordless Wednesdays: YMAL, y’all!
When I wrote about the YMAL concept (You May Also Like…) and pigeonholing your own book, I was flummoxed that I could no longer find the term “You May Also Like…” on Amazon et al. I figured that (a) either … Continue reading