Wedding Photography Book Captures Book of the Week Nod

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Where does the time fly? We announced our last Book of the Week nearly two weeks ago. Clearly we need to get on board with the weekly concept especially since more than 17 new books have arrived in the Blurb bookstore in the past two weeks.

That said, we’d like to introduce you to this week’s selection: Weddings/Bridal Portraiture by Kellie Day Photography. Kellie’s book highlights the fact that we’re starting to see more Blurbarians use Blurb to showcase their businesses. Kellie’s book is no exception.

And for those Blurbarians curious about our rules for picking the book of the week, here’s what we can tell you. The entire process thus far is very unscientific and has nothing to do with page views, or whom we know. Instead our choices (made by our top-notch editorial and content team) gravitate toward exceptional photograpy, stories, and use of BookSmart.

For those of you haven’t made the club, keep trying!

So, Kellie, congratulations, and welcome to Blurb’s Book of the Week club.

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  1. I’d love to have my book, 13 Months of Sunshine, reviewed by your staff.
    I think it’s pretty good, but I’d love to get some professional feedback.
    thanks for considering,

      June 17, 2008 – 5:07 pm   Permalink
  2. I would love to be considered for book of the week or staff pick!
    I think my book is unique in that it shows the beauty of the often forgotten midwest of America. There IS more than corn in Indiana..and I mean to prove it…ha. We have no mountains to speak of and no ocean…but beauty abounds in the Hoosier state…through it’s scenery and people.
    Mark Sean Orr

      July 2, 2008 – 9:13 pm   Permalink
  3. Wow, I can’t seem to get a pick of the week. I got ten books published and nothing. :(

      December 19, 2008 – 8:40 pm   Permalink
  4. My Blurb Book “City Limits: Chicago Scenes & Moments” has sold a good number of copies. Any chance you might review it?

    By John
      January 15, 2009 – 3:56 pm   Permalink
  5. Would appreciate consideration of my art book, “The Paintings & Drawings of the Tathata” for Pick Of The Week. Thank you.

    By James Ciminera
      January 28, 2009 – 3:11 pm   Permalink
  6. I would love to be considered for the “pick of the week” or “Staff pick” for my children’s book “Alphabetland.”
    I think that the bold and beautiful imagery will inspire children and it’s a unique take on a children’s book that, I believe, will entertain adults as well!

    By Odessa Sawyer
      February 6, 2009 – 3:53 pm   Permalink
  7. Would really appreciate the consideration for my photography book, ‘Illumination’.

      March 25, 2009 – 2:10 pm   Permalink
  8. I suspect not many cookbooks make it to your staff picks – there are so many cookbooks out there. However, If you get the chance I would appreciate your looking at the photography of my cookbook namely, Cooking For My 3 Sons.

    By Megan O'Block
      July 29, 2009 – 8:26 am   Permalink
  9. I would appreciate if your staff review my travel book “Colors of Israel”. I sold only 1 copy, but I think it deserve more attention.

      August 19, 2009 – 11:19 pm   Permalink
  10. I just joined Blurb and absolutely love it! I created my first book and will be creating many more. How do I get my book considered for your “staff picks” or “Book of the Week”? It’s a travel book called “Journey Through Bali and South Korea”

    By Christy Woodrow
      November 24, 2009 – 11:48 am   Permalink

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