February 18, 2021

Covid diaries: Caoimhe Fox

Pre-Covid, I held the impression that working from home was a luxury of the suburban homeowner. Mature folk who start the day with freshly squeezed juice followed by a relaxing morning at the helm of a mahogany desk. When I occasionally worked from home, I used to feel like an imposter and the stress of over-working, to prove I was actually working, often made it easier to just go in the office. I also admit to viewing the life of a suburban commuter with a thin veil of superiority.

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Book Riot’s Deals of the Day for February 18, 2021

Today's Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday's most popular deals Previous Daily Deals Let Me Hear a Rhyme by Tiffany Jackson for $2.99 Madame Fourcade's Secret War by Lynne Olson for $2.99 A Phoenix First Must Burn edited by Patrice Caldwell for $2.99 And Still I Rise by Henry Louis Gates Jr. for $2.99 Homesick for Another World by Ottessa Moshfegh for $1.99 Infinity Son by Adam Silvera for $2.99 A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer for $1.99 The Beautiful by Renée Ahdieh for $2.99 A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor by Hank Green for $1.99 The Stars...

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Work Awards and Contests into Your Book Marketing Plan (Infographic)

Reading Time: < 1 minuteHave you ever considered entering your book into a contest as part of your book marketing plan? Perhaps you’ve wondered what a book award could do for you? Book awards are often a great way to gain recognition for your book, and also it’s a great way to get feedback.Awards may seem glamorous, and they truly are fantastic, but the award itself won’t help you sell more books, it’s what you do after you receive the honor. Book awards, in their most basic form, are designed to shed light and praise on the best books in...

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How To Cite A Kindle Book – APA

Advancement in technology has positively impacted the development of e-library. These e-libraries boast books of all sorts.So whatever book you desire, you can get it from an e-library. However, as a writer, citations are one of the elements to consider for every book you write. If you took ideas from other sources, which aren’t a new thing in writing anyway, you have to cite your sources.Citations can be quite confusing. And if you don’t cite, but use other sources, then you plagiarised. Plagiarism is an offense that can have severe consequences for any writer’s career or wallet.In this post, we...

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