5 Interesting Links for 08-28-2015

Carnegie (Interesting People)

The five key things Andrew Carnegie believed were the core elements of his success. They might surprise you, and they reveal a lot about who he was and how he approached life.
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/96-years-ago-310-billion-man-revealed-secrets-his-success-banayan

Creativity (Life)

It is never too late, and never foolish, to explore your creativity. Here’s a creative comic that reminds us to act rather than regret.
http://zenpencils.com/comic/rhodes/

Author Bio (Marketing)

Tips on how to put together an author bio for your website that connects to your work.
http://buildbookbuzz.com/how-to-write-an-author-bio/

17th Century (Living History)

I ran across this article when researching hairpins for one of my books, and I love the mix between attitude and education. I have been to many recreation societies, though most often as an observer. It is impressive both the effort made to recreate the real conditions and just how complex those conditions were.
http://thehairpin.com/2011/08/the-ladies-of-the-17th-century-were-way-more-hardcore-than-you/

Eyes (Zoology)

Analysis of different behaviors in prey and predators led scientists to form theories behind the formation of different pupil shapes, though round ones have still not been classified.
http://www.livescience.com/51787-why-cats-have-vertical-pupils.html

Safe Haven: A Steampunk Romance (The Steamship Chronicles, Prequel)

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