I am a reader. When I started blogging my reading really did suffer, there was just too many blogs to read and comment on but now I seem to have a better balance to allow me to read much more. I loved reading Stieg Larson's Millenium Trilogy last year and was introduced to a few new aussie authors as well. But buying books is expensive and I tend to pass them on once I have read them.
So for some time I had been thinking about e-readers. I chose the AmazonKindle e-reader with the 6" screen and it's wireless and I love it. It's about the size of a paperback and its like reading a normal book because its like reading inkjet on paper with no backlighting...so easy on the eyes. But even better because it's wireless it downloads books within 60 seconds of purchase. Its so simple to purchase a book either directly on Amazon or through the Kindle shop on the e-reader. The books are about US$11 each, a huge saving. It has lots of added advantages like an inbuilt dictionary, the ability to highlight or keep clippings of text. You can also subscribe to magazines and newspapers.
Crafty Business shows you how you can build and develop your blog/craft business.
Filled with practical information, exercises and a how-to approach, this book provides all the ammunition to start a blog/craft business.
Whether you are just starting out or have a fledgling craft business, readers will learn how to brand their craft business including developing a blog, product and range development, pricing and promotion and how to write a business plan.
Thirty one pages and 7 chapters in a PDF file. Each chapter has a Chapter Summary and Checklist.
PDF file will be sent by email within 24 hours for you to download. I will also send you a link to a PDF Reader in case you need this.
Leave me a comment as to why you need this book. Winner will be picked at Random at 8pm AEST on October 31st and announced on November 1st. Check out all the other giveaways at Curlypops
This title caught my attention naturally. An Australian author from Brunswick and I did enjoy this black fiction....it's her first novel and really well written about a young woman who comes back home to country Victoria having become a dressmaker and working in Paris.
I am on a roll with my reading. This is a great weekend read. Set in the 1950's in a department store in Sydney. It follows the lives of the sales assistants of the "frock" department over the Christmas season.
Oh, Tessuti Melbourne will be open on Saturday with special doorpizes, drinks and nibbles to celebrate their opening. More details here.