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YA-Inspired Road Trips: INFOGRAPHIC

Road TripPeople love to take road trips during the summer time. The team at EpicReads.com has created an infographic called “Open Road Reading.”

This infographic lists 12 young adult books could help in planning your next adventure. It features “the characters’ origins and final destinations –– but if you want to know their exact routes, you’ll have to read the books!”

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Can I Use That Picture?: INFOGRAPHIC

caniusethatpictureLooking for images to use in your book or on your blog? It’s important that you get the right permission or find an image that is available in the public domain.

The Visual Communications Guy has created an infographic called “Can I Use That Picture?” to help publishers navigate what they can and can’t use. Check it out: “Knowing the copyright laws for using images can be a bit tricky. Follow this series of questions to know if you can use a picture for your purposes or not.”

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Which Celebrities Have the Most Autobiographies: INFOGRAPHIC

celebritymemoirsLove Reading has created an infographic called, “The 23 People With the Most Autobiographies in the World,” which highlights the celebrities with the most autobiographies.

According to the graphic, Ernest Hemingway, Barack Obama and Chelsea Handler made the list. We’ve embedded the entire graphic after the jump for you to explore further.

Check it out: “In today’s celebrity obsessed society, we’re continually looking for a chance to gleam an insight into the lives of our most valued icons. This infographic from Love Reading delves into the most prolific autobiographers, and what they’ve done to entitle them to such fastidious memoir-writing.” Read more

Global Second Languages: INFOGRAPHIC

graphicForeign rights and translations into other languages offer book authors and publishers a way to find new readers and in turn, sell more books.

While it is important to think about the first language in a foreign country, you may also want to consider that people in other countries might be willing to read your book in a language that is not their mother tongue. After all, many foreign nationals speak and read more than one language.

Movehub has created an infographic highlighting the second most common language for many countries around the world. This image can help you figure out if you need a translation at all. After all, it might be a lot of work to translate your book into Swedish, and many Swedes can read in English. We’ve embedded the entire infographic after the jump. Read more

J. R. R. Tolkien’s 10 Tips For Writers: INFOGRAPHIC

infographicEssayMamma.com has created an infographic called “J. R. R. Tolkien’s 10 Tips For Writers,” which highlights writing advice shared by the Lord of the Rings author.

Check it out: “Thanks to The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien, edited by Humphrey Carpenter, we can literally speak with the author of the world fantasy classic. After all, many of us are looking forward to the last part of the trilogy - ’The Hobbit: the Battle of the Five Armies’.”

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The History of Typography: VIDEO

Are you looking for a typeface for your book? Perhaps you’d like it to tie into the era that your novel is set in?

DesignMantic has created a video which illustrates the history of typography, tracing the history of type development through the ages. It is a great resource for those that want to learn the background on the various typefaces that have been popular throughout the ages.

We’ve embedded the video above for your enjoyment.

Reading Habits on the Toilet: INFOGRAPHIC

Screen Shot 2014-07-23 at 10.54.56 AMDo you read while you go to the bathroom? The Reader’s Edge has created an infographic called ” Reading Habits on the Toilet,” which explores the preferred habits of readers in the bathroom.

Check it out: “Are you guilty of texting on the toilet? Perhaps you’re a bit more traditional and you prefer a book, or magazine. The average person spends about 30 minutes in the bathroom every day, and according to a recent survey, 75% of Americans are using their cell phones in the bathroom, whether they are reading an email, text, or using an app. Additionally, 24% admitted that they will not go to the bathroom without it. So what exactly is everyone reading these days? Check out our awesome infographic about bathroom reading and see for yourself!”

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Sherlock Holmes’ Resume: INFOGRAPHIC

holmesresumeWould you hire Sherlock Holmes to work for your company? McGraw-Hill has created a one-sheet for the detective to show off his skill set and help him get work.

The infographic is part of a promotional tool to support the upcoming book The Infographic Resume: How to Create a Visual Portfolio that Showcases Your Skills and Lands the Job.

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Ireland a Literary Atlas: INFOGRAPHIC

irelandliteraryatlasBuyBooks.ie and Neoman Studios have collaborated on an infographic which explores the literary history of Ireland.

The “Ireland a Literary Atlas,” graphic maps out the literary contributions of writers from many of the counties in Ireland. Check it out: “Whether you tour by foot or by book, you’ll soon discover that Ireland is blessed with a literary heritage, inspired by the diverse beauties of our country.”

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How Famous Creatives Spent Their Days: INFOGRAPHIC

murakamiHave you ever wondered how much time Les Miserables author Victor Hugo spent sleeping? Or how many hours 1Q84 author Haruki Murakami devotes to writing?

Podio has created an infographic called, “The Daily Routines of Famous Creative People.” The image (embedded below) shows the day-to-day schedules of 26 famous creative professionals including Lolita author Vladimir Nabokov, Slaughterhouse-Five author Kurt Vonnegut, and I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings author Maya Angelou.

Here’s more from The Huffington Post: “Whether we’re working on our latest novels, paintings or compositions and stuck in ruts, or we’re novices to the creative workspace entirely, we can all benefit from seeing how Charles Dickens, Pablo Picasso, and Mozart spent their days — even if it is just for fun.”

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