The Art of Book Cover Designs

The Art of Book Cover Designs

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Earlier this month, LiteraryGlobe hosted a discussion on the Art of Book Cover Designs, featuring award-winning Scottish author, Anne Pettigrew, and acclaimed Dutch
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A Writers Guide To Book Covers

A Writers Guide To Book Covers

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People have strong views on book covers. You can’t please everyone, but surely a cover has one main function- to sell a book.
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How Reading can Boost Your Mental Health

How Reading can Boost Your Mental Health

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By 2020 it is estimated the Self-Help industry will be worth 13.2 million dollars. In 2019 Brits bought 3,000,000 self-help books.
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Finding an Agent or Publisher: Pros and Cons

Finding an Agent or Publisher: Pros and Cons

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At the outset, I have to say I’d love an agent. But I don’t have one, even though my second crime novel is being published soon
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Finding a local writers group

Finding a local writers group

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The idea of a writer being ‘born in a cellar and living in a garret.’ was coined by English writer Samuel Foote in the 1700s
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Storytelling is this Science or Art? Why we Tell Stories

Storytelling is this Science or Art? Why we Tell Stories

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Storytelling is this Science or Art? Why humans started storytelling, oral, or written concludes a story is a ‘mystery box’ satisfying a need deep within us.
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Choosing a Title for a Book is Hard.  What do you think?

Choosing a Title for a Book is Hard. What do you think?

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Choosing a title for a book is as hard as writing it. Choosing a newspaper headline can be even harder: the time for dithering is short before presses roll.
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Interview with R.J. Palacio author of WONDER

Interview with R.J. Palacio author of WONDER

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The author and graphic children’s novelist RJ Palacio famous for her best-selling book, Wonder, a story about a young boy (‘Auggie’, Pullman) with severe facial differences.
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5 Cover Letter Mistakes. What Are Yours?

5 Cover Letter Mistakes. What Are Yours?

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Don’t look unprofessional by giving validations from acquaintances e.g .my friend told me I must publish this story. or my sister/aunty/dog ‘loves my novel.’
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In Celebration of Dutch Children’s Book Week

In Celebration of Dutch Children’s Book Week

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Kinderboekenweek (or children’s book week, in English) is a Dutch book event which started in 1955 and continues successfully to this day
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The Java Gold by Robert Kingsley

The Java Gold by Robert Kingsley

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The Java Gold by Robert Kingsley. The Hurricane was the best and fastest airplane we had. But there were too few and they came too late…”
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GPT-2: A Natural Language Model

GPT-2: A Natural Language Model

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GPT-2: A Natural Language Model: Will Artificial Intelligence ever be able to replace creative writing?
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30 years later

30 years later

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February 14th 1989 marks the date where Theoterrorism became a phenomenon which had a global ..
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Murder, She Wrote?

Murder, She Wrote?

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Murder she wrote? Is about authors and journalists that have been murdered. Read on to find out what we can learn and how...
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Labyrinth Cocktail, Food & Poetry Bar

Labyrinth Cocktail, Food & Poetry Bar

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Labyrinth Cocktail Food & Poetry Bar started in 2016 is Amsterdam’s only soul and poetry bar.
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A new play by Dale Diana Remlee “Love in a Rainbarrel”

A new play by Dale Diana Remlee “Love in a Rainbarrel”

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Love sweet songs arises in the hearts of 3 generations of Grandma, Daughter, and Granddaughter.
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Waterstone’s Poetry Evening “Make it New!”

Waterstone’s Poetry Evening “Make it New!”

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Every couple of months Waterstones hosts a poetry evening called “Examining Poetry”.
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Interview with American Novelist Nicole Krauss

Interview with American Novelist Nicole Krauss

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The New York Times described Nicole Krauss as "one of America's most important novelist".
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Interview for the play “Buried Child” by Sam Shepard.

Interview for the play “Buried Child” by Sam Shepard.

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Buried Child won the 1979 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and launched Shepard to national fame as a playwright.
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Interview with 2011 Pulitzer Prize winner Jennifer Egan

Interview with 2011 Pulitzer Prize winner Jennifer Egan

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It was a chilly evening in Amsterdam with the outside temperature at minus degrees.
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Interview with American Author Russell Shorto

Interview with American Author Russell Shorto

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American author, historian and journalist, best known for his book "The Island at the Center of the World".
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Interview with Amsterdam playwright Cintia Taylor

Interview with Amsterdam playwright Cintia Taylor

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Her play was inspired by Ayn Rands book "The Fountainhead".
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Interview with travel writer Redmond O Hanlon

Interview with travel writer Redmond O Hanlon

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The talented Mr. Redmon O’Hanlon regaled us with epic travel adventure stories...
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