Friday Linky List
Happy Valentine's Day!
This bibliophile book love is from The Bibliophile Files
18 Bookstores Every Book Lover Must Visit at Least Once at Business Insider
The art of the bookstore at Bountiful/Davis Art Center at the Davis Clipper
Last two links from Shelf Awareness
Evolution Door. Who knew it could be done another way?
Bill Cunningham | Whiteout - men jumping puddles in New York City - too funny!
Last two links from SwissMiss
Great Book Trailer for Award-Winning FAT ANGIE - Now I really want to read it! From E-Volt.
What Do Illustrators Get Paid for Illustrating a Book? Very interesting at Chron.
Carl Sagan: "Science Is A Way of Thinking" at Science Friday
At Writer unBoxed, "The New Class System"
At Huff Post, The Weird Strategy Dr. Seuss Used to Create His Greatest Work (And Why You Should Use It, Too)
Some of these links were from Cynsations!
What a great exercise! Nancy Vo was trying to illustrate a crow, so she looked to her favorite illustrators for inspiration and drew crows how she thought they would. At Nancy's Illustration Blog: 100 Drawings - No. 41 to 52. Brilliant!
Thanks to Betsy Bird of Fuse #8 for the heads up
At 99u - Pay It Forward: Why Generosity Is The Key To Success. "Personal connections are the currency of the working world. Like or not, who we know, who we owe, and who owes us determines our future as much as talent."
Summary of the extremely interesting article by George Packer "Cheap Words": The New Yorker on Amazon and Books - it's an important read!