Author Spotlight: Corey Olds and His Young Storytellers
29 Sep 2016

Author Spotlight: Corey Olds and His Young Storytellers

Corey Olds has a passion for education, innovation, students, and storytelling. He’s combined all these into an exciting program for students in grades 5-8. We caught up with this educational entrepreneur to see how this unique and exciting tribe of Kid Scribes came together: How did you come to be interested in developing young authors? About two years ago, the parent of one of my...

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Making Ebooks as Marketing Tools
27 Sep 2016

Making Ebooks as Marketing Tools

Creating a book can be a time-consuming and iterative process. Along the way, your work evolves and benefits from feedback and input. Generating an audience early locks in customers for later when your book is completed. While print books are long and monolithic, creating ebooks for each completed or in-progress chapter draws your followers into your creative process and generates an opportunity to gather feedback early...

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Tim Godbold’s Big Publishing Deal
22 Sep 2016

Tim Godbold’s Big Publishing Deal

We just got some exciting news from a Blurb book maker, Timothy Godbold. He has a book coming out this month with international publishing house Phaidon called Military Style Invades Fashion. It turns out that Timothy used his Blurb book to help conceptualize and communicate his vision for this exciting project. We caught up with Timothy to ask some questions about his process and inspiration,...

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Kent’s Book Corner: The Paris Photo/Aperture Photobook Awards
20 Sep 2016

Kent’s Book Corner: The Paris Photo/Aperture Photobook Awards

Usually­ I use this monthly column to talk about books made with Blurb, but this month is a little different. You see, there are worse things in the world than being stuck in a room with the winners of the Paris Photo Aperture Photobook Awards, but that’s pretty much what happened to me. OK, I wasn’t exactly stuck, but I was manning the Blurb table at...

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How iPad Illustration Changed My Way of Traveling
13 Sep 2016

How iPad Illustration Changed My Way of Traveling

A special guest post by Elizabeth Barelli: Travel being one of my passions, I usually try to spend a lot of time before a trip preparing my itinerary and researching anything I can about the new territory. But I also try to document as much as possible during the trip. That way, I can always look back at some of my most random observations. I...

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