Here’s an article I wrote for The Marmaduke Writing Factory about the “Reader Species” infographic I recently made. Why should you care? Well, it increased traffic to this site by a lot*, so there’s something going on with these infographics! Read more
After my “Reader Species” infographic went viral in summer 2013 (read about its trajectory here), a library contacted me wondering whether they could buy the graphic in poster form. So here it is, at long last, available as a poster!
March 2014 seemed so far off at one point but A MORE BEAUTIFUL QUESTION finally publishes this week. Since it’s my husband’s book I had free rein to try out a number of new things (for me) re: website design, interactive images and links, videos, infographics, and social media platforms like Quora blogs, Slideshare, Pinterest, Spotify, CaféPress, […]
Maria Popova, impresario of BrainPickings.com, truly loves writers and writing. Check out her recent essay Bird by Bird: Anne Lamott’s Timeless Advice on Writing and Why Perfectionism Kills Creativity (“among my10 favorite books on writing,” she writes) which quotes extensively from Lamott’s book about writing, Bird by Bird. Popova concludes with this worthwhile list of related reading: Bird by […]
Click to see my infographic describing 50 species of book readers. You’ll definitely see yourself (The Kindle Convert?) and a few of your friends (The Book Thief? The Bathroom Reader?) http://clicktotweet.com/8mI3f
Am having so much fun reading one of my client’s blogs, Freud’s Butcher: Sometimes a sausage is just a sausage, but sometimes it’s a link to the past. Edie Jarolim is hosting a fascinating deep dive into her family’s unknown European 20th-century history, uncovering many farflung relatives along the way. I designed the blog just […]