A Brand New AI-Powered App Auto Creates Fully Functional Flipbooks In A Flash That You Can Sell
Flipbooks are small, sequential picture books that create the illusion of motion when the pages are flipped rapidly. Each page of a flipbook contains a slightly different image from the one before it, creating a series of frames. When the pages are quickly flipped, the images appear to move fluidly, giving the illusion of animation.
Five New Books to Read Starting on Aug. 29, 2023
Taylor Moore's newest Garrett Kohl novel tops the list of new books hitting shelves this week. Moore first introduced Kohl in 2021's Down Range. That book earned Moore a Barry Award nomination for Best First Mystery/Crime Novel. And today, Moore publishes the third Garrett Kohl novel, Ricochet.
Women of the Bible: A Journey through Art and Literature
The stories of women in the Bible have captivated and inspired generations, their narratives echoing through the annals of art and literature. From the very inception of humanity with Eve and her enigmatic shadow, Lilith, to the iconic Marys and Martha of the New Testament, these women have left an indelible mark on the human psyche and the creative expressions of various cultures.
Five New Books Hitting Shelves on Aug. 22, 2023
Karin Slaughter’s latest thriller headlines the list of new books that are available to read starting today. Slaughter is the New York Times bestselling author of novels such as Blindsighted and Pieces of Her. Her new book is After That Night.
Paul Murray's Much-Anticipated New Novel Headlines This Week's New Book Releases
Paul Murray's new novel, The Bee Sting, is getting accolades and good reviews. And you can read it starting today. The Bee Sting headlines books hitting the shelves on Aug. 15. Other notable titles available today include Tides of Fires, James Rollins's 17th Sigma Force novel, and music critic Dave Marsh's essays about 35 years of covering music.
Unleash Your Imagination: Dive into the Hottest Paperback Releases of Summer 2023
Welcome, Mississippians, to a blog post that aims to inspire and uplift your spirits! Today, we embark on a journey with the Hottest Paperbacks of Summer 2023 that will ignite your passion for self-discovery and personal growth. Throughout this piece, we will explore thought-provoking ideas and share empowering stories that will leave you feeling motivated and ready to conquer any challenge that comes your way. So, sit back, relax, and prepare to be inspired like never before. It's time to discover our infinite potential and explore the limitless opportunities waiting to be uncovered.
‘Moby-Dick’ Was Based on a True Story | Recommended Reading
We’ve learned to be a little leery of things “based on a true story.”. But the tradition is a very old one. As long as things have happened — there have been storytellers to dramatize it.
Book Review — A Perfect Murder and Other Stories — S.R.Nair (Detective, Mystery & Thriller)
If you want to explore the culture differences between America and India, the position of women and simply human nature, check out A Perfect Murder …. A Perfect Murder is a collection of 14 short stories about the culture differences between India and America, especially the position of women in India but most of all, an insight into the universal good and bad in human nature.
The Anti-Gone With the Wind: The Sound & The Fury by William Faulkner | Recommended Reading
Faulkner called it, ‘a real son-of-a-b*tch.’ Re-reading the Southern Gothic fever dream. What do you get when you cross Macbeth, a notoriously heavy drinker, and a tale about a family in Mississippi? The Sound & The Fury.
Book Review — The Long Walk — Stephen King (Horror, Speculative Fiction, Dystopian)
As someone who owns Stephen King’s On Writing, who loved the series,. Haven (based on the short story, The Colorado Kid), reading more of Stephen King’s prose was long overdue.
Book Review — Madam Tulip — David Ahern (Detective, Mystery & Thriller)
When Derry is skint, she starts monetising her ‘gift’ — the ability to tell the future. As Madam Tulip,she finds out that the gift can easily become a curse. Twenty-seven-year-old Derry O’Donnell, half Irish, half American, is living in Dublin. Her mother has a successful art gallery in New York, her father fears his ex-wife and whenever she comes to Ireland he hides away, mostly at his daughter’s. Derry’s dream is to become an actress. In the meantime, she has no job and is “fully qualified for unemployment in three different languages.” But time is running out for Derry as her mother has given her an ultimatum: find a job within three weeks or move to the US and work for her mother’s art gallery. Derry is desperate to try anything….
Book Review — The End of Lies — Andrew Barrett (Detective, Mystery & Thriller)
When Becky comes home to find her husband, Chris, murdered, she herself is in danger too. What follows is a rollercoaster of a ride. Flashbacks from the past tell us more about the shocking events involving dark criminals, nasty murderers and all-around bad guys. Who can Becky trust? Will she survive?
Satire: Facts About Zane Gray
In the past I’ve written about how much I enjoyed the work of Louis L’Amour. I did most of my reading of L’Amour’s work back in the 1970s. At that time some of my fellow readers also read Zane Grey. I’ve read some of Grey’s work but didn’t enjoy it nearly as much as I did L’Amour's. I found Grey’s writing to be a bit stilted and his dialogue hard to follow.
Excellent Chapter Books for 4th, 5th, and 6th Graders
There are so many amazing novels and chapter books for upper elementary students! Here are a few that you might not be familiar with but should add to your classroom library right away:
Unleashing the Power of Words: 10 Books That Will Leave You Spellbound
There's something magical about the written word. It has the power to transport us to different worlds, evoke deep emotions, and ignite our imaginations. Books have the ability to captivate us, leaving us spellbound with their compelling narratives and thought-provoking ideas.
Bookish Escapism: 10 Novels That Transport You to Enchanting Worlds
In the realm of literature, there is a unique power to transport readers to enchanting worlds beyond their own. Through the pages of a book, we can embark on grand adventures, explore magical realms, and experience the extraordinary.
Five New Books Hitting Shelves on May 9, 2023
Andy Cohen headlines this week’s new books with a memoir of his early years as a father. Actor Andrew McCarthy also releases a fatherhood memoir this week, and we get an exciting new thriller from up-and-coming author Candice Fox. Melissa Blair and Lori Foster also give us new novels to enjoy.