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Too Big to FAIL – FAIL Blog to WIN Book

The FAIL blog is a blog for our times.  It’s a visual celebration of human foibles and fallability.   The Wikipedia describes the site and its community thus: . . . a comedic blog website originally created by Leechio in January 2008. The blog … Continue reading

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Julie and Julia – The Blook Goes to Hollywood

365 days. 536 recipes. One girl and a crappy outer borough kitchen. – Julie Powell (The Julie / Julia Project – August 25, 2002) Blog to book success stories have been around for awhile.  Now Julie & Julia has entered … Continue reading

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The Blook Journey – Interview with Lori Smith

Lori Smith has explored her passion for the life and work of Jane Austen, both literally and figuratively.  In July of 2005, she set off on a month long trip to England to follow the life of Jane Austen.  She describes the experience … Continue reading

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Deconstructing Lawrence Velvel’s Blook

Blook Looks by Cheryl Hagedorn Cheryl Hagedorn authors Blooking Central, which examines published books to discover what makes for a blookable blog. It’s not that Lawrence R. Velvel, Dean of the Massachusetts School of Law, isn’t well known or that … Continue reading

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