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Classic Literature Travel Guide: INFOGRAPHIC

thebeachNeomam Studios has created an infographic for Cheap Flights UK called, “Classic Literature Travel Guide,” which explores beautiful travel locations from books around the world.

The graphic features 13 books with an inspiring photo of the place that the book was set from around the globe. Each listing also includes a description of when the location is used in the book.

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How to be Productive: INFOGRAPHIC

howtobeproductiveEvery writer needs a little boost now and again to stay productive.

Anna Vital created an infographic called, “How to be Productive,” which includes 35 things to help get your productivity up. The graphic includes tips on everything from how to respond to emails to how to eat and how to dress.

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Which Countries Spend the Most Time Reading?

worldculturescoreindexEver wonder which countries around the world spend the most time reading?

India leads the list with citizens of the country spending an average of 10.42 hours a week reading per person, according to the NOP World Culture Score Index. Thailand was a close second with 9.24 hours spent reading each week. China came in third with 8 hours a week spent reading.

The U.S. came in No. 22 on the list with the average time spent reading per week per person clocking in at 5 hours and 42 minutes.

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10 Common Blog Writing Mistakes: INFOGRAPHIC

10commonblogGrammar Check has created a useful infographic called, “10 Common Blog Writing Mistakes,” which explores common grammatical errors found in blog posts.

The image is a helpful resource for all writers that blog. The tool highlights common spelling errors, the misuse of commas, as well as the difference between speech and writing.

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Simple Ideas to Stimulate Creativity: INFOGRAPHIC

creativityideasSHOUTmkt has created an infographic called, “Simple Ideas to Stimulate Creativity,” which is full of ideas for exercises that will help you get your brain flowing.

Check it out: “Do something different. Humans are creatures of habit and we tend to have routines we do every day, and this also applies to business. We read the same magazines; have the same routine at work etc. Do something completely different to get your mind out of the same mindset you use every day. Do something physical. Web designers and computer users in general spend long hours staring at the screen and barely moving. Getting up and moving around, or taking a break to do a physical activity like sport or taking a walk can wake up your creative side.”

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‘What’s Your Love Story? Literary Lovers’: INFOGRAPHIC

valentinesdayGoodreads has created an infographic for Valentine’s Day called What’s  Your Love Story? Literary Lovers.

The graphic is designed to help readers figure out which kind of love story they should read today based on their own experience with love. Check it out:

Ah, love! It takes so many different forms. Are you engaged in a forbidden affair? Tormented by unrequited love? Totally content in your bromance? In honor of Valentine’s Day, we present a handy flowchart that will help you find your literary love counterpart. Read the corresponding book for some relationship insight!

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The All Time Top Ten Grossing Sci-Fi Movies Adjusted For Inflation: INFOGRAPHIC

marvelOuter Places has created an infographic called, “The All Time Top Ten Grossing Sci-Fi Movies Adjusted For Inflation,” which explores which science fiction stories did well at the box office.

Check it out: “What are the top grossing sci-fi movies of all time? Yes, Avatar is in there, but it’s only number 1 because theater tickets are so darn expensive these days. To get a real picture of which movies had the biggest impact on the box office, one must adjust the revenues for inflation.”

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16 Children’s Book Characters in Court: INFOGRAPHIC

Designer Jessica Draws has created an infographic called, “16 Children’s Book Characters in Court,” which explores the bad guys from kids books.

Check it out: “Children’s book villains were part of the magic of growing up. We loved to hate the baddies, and truly scary characters stay with us forever. But suppose these evildoers existed in the real world… LoveReading.co.uk takes a look at what would happen if some of our favourite literary villains were given a trial in a European court. Has justice been served?’”

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What Speed Do You Read?: INFOGRAPHIC

staplestestStaples has created a test that lets you compare your reading speed to the national average called What Speed Do You Read?

The test will give you a page to read from H.G. WellsThe War of the Worlds. When you are finished reading, the test will then test your comprehension by asking questions about the text.

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’40 Years of E-books’: INFOGRAPHIC

historyofebooksEbook Friendly has created an infographic called, “40 Years of E-books,” which explores the history of electronic books dating back to 1971 when Michael S. Hart launched Project Gutenberg.

Check it out: “Books have long been a favorite past-time and a way to escape to a far off fantasy land. The popularity of the E-book has made it even more convenient for people to indulge in the great past time of reading without having to lug a heavy book around. This infographic explores the history of E-books starting with the first E-book to go digital in 1971.

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