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Get the latest articles straight to your inbox. WordFit.com Daily Puzzles. Printable Puzzles by KrazyDad. Smitten With Books: How to Get ARC's. ARC's are a very big topic in the blogosphere and I have especially seen a lot of posts having to do with how new bloggers shouldn't create a blog just to get free books.
I totally agree with them but it's also the blogger's preference and they can start their own blog for whatever reason (it doesn't matter if they want free books or just have a genuine love for books). Ok, so you're probably wondering if I am going to give you the whole lecture too, well I'm not. I know a lot of blogger like ARC's and most of them wonder how on earth they can get them (especially the ones they are really looking forward to).
So I am going to share a lot of ways you will be able to get to read those beloved ARC's. 1. 2. Here are all of the ARC Tours that I know of: -Around The World Tours (United States only) -One ARC Tours (United States only) -Other Shelf Tours (United States only) -Traveling ARC Tours (United States and Canada only) -Star Books Tours (United States only) -We Love YA! 3. 4. The Hub - The Queen of Blood is the first book in Sarah Beth Durst’s Queens of Renthia series and one of the winner’s of YALSA’s 2017 Alex Awards.
Today I’m thrilled to have Sarah Beth Durst here on the Hub to answer some questions about the book. Congratulations on The Queen of Blood’s selection as a 2017 Alex Award finalist! Where were you when you heard the news? Who was the first person you told about your win? Sarah Beth Durst (SBD): Thank you so much!!! Shortly after I heard the news, I called my mom. Me: “My book won the Alex Award!” My mom: “My dog was attacked by three coyotes. Me: “We had very different mornings.” She began her day to the sound of her dog yelping. Library Juice Academy Courses. Download Library. FAQ regarding switch in platform for the Download Library.
Maine InfoNet is pleased and excited to announce that Bibliotheca (formerly 3M) will host the Download Library’s eBook and Audiobook platform beginning March 1, 2017.
What does this mean to you and to your library users? Switching from Overdrive to Bibliotheca’s cloudLibrary Platform will keep the vast majority of the same content at your library’s current cost, plus provide the following enhancements: · Ease of Use: the Bibliotheca cloudLibrary product is much easier to use than the Overdrive product, and this translates to a more satisfying user experience. · School Library Participation: School libraries will be able to participate and there will be no restrictions as to their membership. · Greater Opportunities to Share Collections: Bibliotheca offers a similar product to Overdrive Advantage, which they call a Private Cloud.
FAQ regarding switch in platform for the Download Library. Download Library. FAQ regarding switch in platform for the Download Library. More savage than Caravaggio: the woman who took revenge in oil. The dying man is Holofernes, an enemy of the Israelites in the Old Testament, and the young woman beheading him is Judith, his divinely appointed assassin.
Yet at the same time he is also an Italian painter called Agostino Tassi, while the woman with the sword is Artemisia Gentileschi, who painted this. It is, effectively, a self-portrait. Two big, blood-drenched paintings of Judith and Holofernes by Gentileschi survive, one in the Capodimonte in Naples, the other in the Uffizi in Florence. They are almost identical except for small details – in Naples Judith’s dress is blue, in Florence yellow – as if this image was a nightmare she kept having, the final act to a tragedy endlessly replaying in her head.
“This is the ring you gave me and these are your promises!” Gentileschi was the greatest female artist of the baroque age and one of the most brilliant followers of the incendiary artist Caravaggio, whose terrifying painting of Judith and Holofernes influenced hers. She fought back.