Guest Author Louisa Theart writes for House of Publishers, an online directory for aspiring writers to find publishing houses, literary agents and advice. To the enthusiastic author, the world of publishing can be daunting and even ruthless. Individuals have to deal with rejection and even scathing criticism of their work in their search for an [...]
Guest author Barbara Moore is a multi-linguist. She is a native French speaker who has a passion to help children learn the romantic language. In line with this, she writes Useful French Books for Children and adults. She believes that French can be learned easily as long as you put your heart and soul into [...]
If you’re starting a book collection, these tips will help you determine which books can potentially be the most valuable to collect. By Guest Blogger Bob Morse. Book Collecting Tips I’ve Learned Over the Years I’ve always enjoyed visiting book stores. I followed my brother-in-law around used bookstores for years. He started collecting books in the [...]
Where To Find Reviews on the Latest Craft Books One of these days, I will have the time to read and review all arts and crafts books as they are published, and even try a project or two out of each of them. Ok, maybe that is an unrealistic expectation. But the fact remains, I [...]
Treasury tool by StylishHome. Books For The Miniature Bookworm by cottonridge This treasury combines two of my favorite things – realistic scale miniatures and books! Click on the thumbnails above to visit the artists’ individual Etsy listings. Enjoy! Copyright 2012 Kathryn Depew
Create Your Own Book Updated October 23, 2012 A friend personally recommended that I use Blurb to publish my personal photo books, and was happy to find out a short time later that the company has an affiliate program. They generously gave me the opportunity to create my own book using their program for the [...]
‘Time Travel…Through Vintage Books’ by cottonridge Treasury tool by StylishHome. I love the feel and smell of an old book; their covers are often so interesting as well. Click on an image above to visit the Etsy listing.
Following are four of my favorite books on pottery and ceramics. I’ve tried several of the techniques or projects out of the first two. The last two are my inspiration for future endeavors! The Encyclopedia of Pottery Techniques: A Comprehensive Visual Guide to Traditional and Contemporary Techniques by Peter Cosentino Peter Cosentino presents numerous pottery [...]