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Blurb November Picks

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What’s new and great on the Blurb Newsstand.
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Blurb's (Scary!) Picks for October

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Just in time for the Fall/Halloween season, Blurb suggests two illustrated fantasy novels.
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Three Books that Rock Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Creativity

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The fireworks may be over, but at Blurb we're still celebrating freedom – creative freedom, that is.
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At a Loss for Words? A Blurb Round-Up of Picture Books.

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Doodles, buttons, and jet packs—we did a little wander through the Blurb Bookstore and turned up all sorts of creative diversions.
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And Then There Were Magazines

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Blurb has recently expanded their repertoire, from helping people produce kick-ass books to providing a brand new magazine format.
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Best (Blurb) Books to Make for the Best Gifts Ever

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Not to dampen your fa la la, but for many of us, it is ‘tis the season to be in an enormous rush.
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Books to Raise Spirits and Rattle Coffins

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Abandoned towns, sorrowful ghosts and a strangely compelling graphic novel featuring a boy who dies a thousand deaths. Keep the lights on, people; this round-up of Blurb books is scary good.
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Words & Pictures

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It might have been Hugh Hefner who stated that while some people like to read, others prefer to just look at pictures. We present three books this month that offer a little bit of each.
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Books of Style – From Street Market T-Shirts to High Fashion Fantasies

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It's nearing Fall, and postmen the world over are getting hernias delivering September's ad-heavy fashion magazines. The excitement is palpable. Blurb and IndieReader are doing their part by highlighting stylish indie photo books, as diverse and as cool as the world of fashion itself. Heavy lifting not required.
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Tales of Heroism and Talking Garlic

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The folks at Blurb have rounded up a few of their faves, so grab some milk and cookies, take your laptop to your favorite reading chair (don't forget the sun screen!) and enjoy.
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Swimming in Hamburg, Skateboarding in Seattle, and Synchronicity in Action

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Swimming and skateboarding aren’t just great ways to spend the summer – they’re the inspiration for three beautiful self-published photo books made with Blurb’s publishing platform. Jump in.
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Donuts, Celebs, and a Time When Punk and Glam Were Twins

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The book is an eye-candy time capsule that celebrates when Aqua Net was the hair product of choice, fishnet was worn ripped, eyeliner was an equal-opportunity accessory, and vinyl (as in record albums) ruled.