How To Remove Duplicate Photos Using The Remo Duplicate Photos Remover App


Wonder if they do one for a computer too…Or if this is just for phones.

Hugh's Views & News  

Like many people with a smartphone, I have hundreds and hundreds of photos taking up lots of valuable space.

Strangely, for whatever reasons, some of those photos are duplicated.

With so many photos to go through, it can be time-consuming going through them all and deleting all the duplicates.

That’s where the Remo Duplicate Photos Remover app comes in handy. With just a few clicks, I was able to delete 129 duplicated photos and free up to 14MB of space on my iPhone.

Here’s how I did it.

  • In the search bar of the app store (the app is also available on Android) type in Remo Duplicate Photos Remover.

  • Download the app. At the time of writing this, it’s free to download.

Let’s get started.

  • Press theScanbutton.

  • The app will start scanning your photo library.

When the scan finishes, you’ll be informed how many duplicated photos have…

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10 Easy Tips to Becoming a Unique Blogger


Some brilliant suggestions here for Bloggers.

The Art of Blogging

Every second, someone decides to start a new blog. Every second, your chances of standing out from the crowd diminish.

So, what can you do to remain relevant? What can you do to be different in a way that constantly attracts new readers?

Read on for some tips on how to differentiate your blog from the millions of others out there.

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10 Easy Tips to Becoming a Unique Blogger


Some brilliant suggestions here for Bloggers.

The Art of Blogging

Every second, someone decides to start a new blog. Every second, your chances of standing out from the crowd diminish.

So, what can you do to remain relevant? What can you do to be different in a way that constantly attracts new readers?

Read on for some tips on how to differentiate your blog from the millions of others out there.

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How to Get Your Book into Libraries as an Independent Publisher


An excellent blog post with a Library Manager in the UK. I checked out the idea of requesting a library here in New Zealand…to buy a book and yes…YOU can do this here. Another way in NZ is to exchange two paperbacks and or ebooks with the National Library for ISBN Numbers …

Stevie Turner

Want to know how to get your book into libraries as an independent publisher? This interview with a Libraries Manager explains how to do it.  Good luck!  I didn’t have any success with Ipswich County Library’s stock team, but will try again with a different library.

Source: How to Get Your Book into Libraries as an Independent Publisher

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Electric Press Magazine and Competition


More news from Electric Press with thanks to Stevie Turner

Stevie Turner

I have written a short story (‘It’s For You’) which has been published in February’s Electric Press literary insights magazine (pages 14 – 17):

The next edition will be published in May 2020, and the deadline for submitting content is April 10th if there are any more short story writers out there…?

They are also running a novella competition (fiction between 20,000 – 30,000 words), and I’ve added details below:

The Electric Eclectic Novella Fiction Prize is a competition for emerging writers and indie
authors.  We encourage submissions from all literary fictional genres with no restrictions on theme or subject.  The emphasis of the judging will be on ambitious, imaginative and innovative approaches which explore and expand creative writing.
PRIZES INCLUDE
A full Paperback publishing package and marketing campaign to support the winning title.
Branded eBook publishing for the two runners-up. Design Studio book covers. Professional social media…

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Do You Know How To Do A Book Review?


This is great for those writing reviews. However, if you really hate a book. Don’t review it at all. Don’t even one star it, especially if you never finished the book. Especially if they are all individual short stories… Anthologies are written in many styles, with different characters and endings. To review part of a book is…just daft.

Jemsbooks

I have been asked by several people recently how to do a book review. Many of these people mentioned to me that they enjoyed one or more of my books but did not know how to do a review.

Since I have been doing reviews for several years I didn’t realize how many do not know how to do them. It feels simple enough to me but I am a writer and doing them is second nature to me. If you are not used to being on Amazon or other sites and doing reviews it is a daunting task.

Well, this post is my way of making this task easier for you. Here is what you need to do.

  1. You go to Amazon.com and put in the search engine the name of the book you want to review. For example, here’s the link to my books on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/Janice-Spina/e/B00HNET4HG

2…

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Five Ways To Annoy Your Reader


Some good points here, Douglas. Thanks for the post.

Douglas W.T. Smith

At times it is difficult being a writer and a reader, since looking at novels with a critical eye can ruin the fun of reading. But reading often what makes our writing stronger. Over the years I’ve discovered similarities between the works that irritate me at best and cause me to lose interest and stop reading at worst.

Below, in no particular order, are five things writers (maybe including myself) do that annoy reader:

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