Saturday, August 25, 2018

This Week on Books Direct - 25 August 2018

This Week on Books Direct -
25 August 2018

This Week on Books Direct - 25 August 2018

Here's a list of some great articles you may have missed this week. Enjoy!

The Weirdest Libraries Around The World by Brianne Alphonso for ElectricLit
Get your books from a phone booth, monastery, military tank, or camel.

The Weirdest Libraries Around The World by Brianne Alphonso for ElectricLit


3 Easy Ways To Improve Your SEO by Dana Fiddler for SheOwnsIt
As an online business owner or blogger, SEO is likely something you’ve heard about. Here are 3 easy areas you can improve your SEO.

3 Easy Ways To Improve Your SEO by Dana Fiddler for SheOwnsIt


Here Are The Winners Of The 2018 Hugo Awards by Andrew Liptak for The Verge
The Hugo award, voted on by members of the fan community, is considered the highest honor for science fiction and fantasy literature.

Here Are The Winners Of The 2018 Hugo Awards by Andrew Liptak for The Verge


Quotes To Inspire by Anna Simpson for emaginette
Anna shares some quotes from what inspires her most: other writers.

Quotes To Inspire by Anna Simpson for emaginette


3 New Harry Potter Books Coming This October by Michael Walsh for Nerdist
This October, Muggles everywhere will be able to enter the wizarding world anew with three new Harry Potter books. And one of the new books is a Hogwarts pop-up!

3 New Harry Potter Books Coming This October by Michael Walsh for Nerdist


Her best advice about writing a book is this: Learn to savor the work itself.



How To Stay Motivated When You’re Not Making Progress by Bryan Hutchinson for Positive Writer
Writer’s block is real. Every writer, at one point or another, has experienced this debilitating inability to make any real progress in his or her work.



While reviewers enjoy moaning about his novels, McEwan is enjoying a new life on film. But whether it is On Chesil Beach or The Children Act, filming brilliant books is far from easy.

Good Books, Bad Films: Why Does Ian McEwan Never Translate On Screen? by John Mullan for The Guardian


If you enjoyed this blog post, please visit the other This Week posts for links to more great articles.

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