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You Are What You Read: INFOGRAPHIC

youarewhatyoureadMike Hanski at Bid4Papers.com has created an infographic called, “You Are What You Read,” which explores the reading lists of a number of influential people and how it influences what they have written.

The graphic illustrates connections between reading and writing. Check it out: “Enjoy what you read. It is difficult and mostly impossible to write something really good if you did not experience anything good that had been written already. Being a writer yourself, you have an ace in your sleeve: you can read a book with an eye for writing, though you do not even realize it.”

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Reading Around the World: INFOGRAPHIC

scribdScribd has created an infographic called, “Reading Around the World,” which explores the reading habits of readers around the globe.

According to the graphic, the fastest readers in the world are in Germany and religion in the most popular genre in Mexico. Check it out: “Thanks to our growing international community, we now have quite a few fun facts to share with you. So, we’ve created an international infographic so we could easily share some of our favorite figures: Popular Books By Country; Reading Speed By Country; Most Likely to Finish a Book; and Most Popular Book Genres.”

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Ways to Publish and Sell Your eBook: INFOGRAPHIC

graphicSelf-publishing a book requires a lot of work from idea generation to marketing and every step along the way.

Bookwhirl.com has created an infographic called, “Ways to Publish and Sell Your eBook,” which includes a checklist of the various steps that authors need to follow when self-publishing a book.

For instance, the graphic give tips on writing book descriptions, choosing a fair price and using social media to promote the work. We’ve embedded the entire graphic after the jump for you to explore. Read more

How Much Would Game of Thrones Real Estate Cost in Real Life?

graphicHow much would it cost to buy The Red Keep from Game of Thrones in real life? Real estate company Movoto estimates this at $743,132,880.

The real estate company has created an infographic which explains how they came to this number. The company explored the location, the square footage, and the neighborhood to come to this figure.

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How Much Time Book-to-TV Adaptations Get Out of a Page: Infographic

gameofthronesStatista has created an infographic called, “How Much Time Book-to-TV Adaptations Get Out of a Page,” which explores how many hours of television you get out of a written page of a book.

Using data reported in The Guardian, Statistica illustrates how a show like “Boardwalk Empire”, has gotten four seasons worth of TV shows from a 312-page book. Game of Thrones, however, covered 1,980 pages from books in 26.5 hours of viewing. Here is more from the Statista site: “That means “Game of Thrones” gets 0.8 minutes of screen time out of a page while “Boardwalk Empire” spends 8.77 minutes per page of the book it’s based on.” (Via Mashable).

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A Literary Map of the Upper East Side

wpVintage eyeglass seller Warby Parker has created a literary map dedicated to New York City’s Upper East Side neighborhood.

From Tom Wolfe’s The Bonfire of the Vanities to Bernard Waber’s children’s book about Lyle the Crocodile The House on East 88th Street, the map gives readers a tour of iconic books that take place in the neighborhood. Warby Parker has plans to outline other neighborhoods in NYC.

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Never Stop Trying: INFOGRAPHIC

graphicJust because your manuscript was rejected from a major publishing house, doesn’t mean that you should give up. Perhaps you need to find a different publisher, a different agent, or you need to go back to the editing room.

Ninja Infographic has created an inspiring infographic called, “Never Stop Trying,” to help remind you that failures don’t lead to an ultimate demise.

The graphic, which we have embedded after the jump, traces the path of Abraham Lincoln to his presidency, which included a number of setbacks along the way. Yet he still managed to become one of the most memorable leaders in American history. Read more

Watch It, Read It or Tweet It: How Americans View and Share News: INFOGRAPHIC

infographicInkHouse and GMI, a Lightspeed Research company, have created an infographic called Watch It, Read It or Tweet It: How Americans View and Share News, which explores how readers consume news.

The graphic features new research that delves into American news consumption. According to the survey, 60 percent of Americans read or watch 3 to 10 news stories a day. The research also revealed that 56 percent of those surveyed still pay for a print news subscription and 68 percent of those people subscribe to a local newspaper.

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29 Ways to Stay Creative: VIDEO INFOGRAPHIC

To-Fu Design has created a video infographic called, “29 Ways to Stay Creative,” which is loaded with good tips to help encourage the flow of ideas.

From carrying a notebook, to making lists and making time for free writing, this short little video is full of actions that can help motivate you to complete a project. We’ve embedded the video above for you to enjoy.

What Does 2 Billion Book Sales Look Like?: INFOGRAPHIC

lovereadinggraphLovereading UK has created an infographic called, “What Does 2 Billion Book Sales Look Like?,” which explores the physical length of millions of books through real world comparisons.

Check it out: “Bestseller numbers get thrown around all the time – but have you ever stopped to think what 22 milion, or 5 million or even 2 billion books would actually look like? LoveReading has looked into it and visualised the books sold by some of the world’s most popular authors. Feel free to share with any book lovers!”

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