Nothing is more discouraging than staring at a blinking cursor on your laptop.
Readership By Zubayer Rahman Sayem
Reading, in my opinion, is the first tool of success. By that I mean that you must be able to read effectively in order to learn all the other things you need to be successful.
A Library’s Appeal By Callan Chandler
From scholars to hobbyists; those looking to learn a new skill or simply to lose themselves in a magical world full of conflict and battle, libraries have undoubtedly fostered a desire to read.
Memories and Book Connections
Funny the way our memories are triggered by sight and sound. Bits of our lives are held in high regard and easily recalled.
Dust Jackets, Anyone?
Like a sweater to protect you from the cold, a dust jacket protects the binding of a hardcover book. About 10 years ago, a curator at a library in Oxford discovered the oldest known publisher’s dust jacket was on an 1830 English annual, Friendship’s Offering. Dust jackets were originally plainer jackets to protect the value of...
“Calgon, Take Me Away!”
Laura H. has too much on her plate and needs Calgon to take her away, with books of course. With books…
Why Cresting Wave?
Dana M. named the company Cresting Wave Publishing. There has to be a story behind that!