The Baker Street Babes have united Sherlock fans from around the world. Based in London, this international online group is run by friends who share a mutual love for the iconic characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Author Sarah Vermunt teaches the unsatisfied how to reach their ‘Careergasm’ by pursuing their true passions.
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Director Tim Burton often makes films about passionate, talented and unique characters. From Ed Wood to Willy Wonka, his characters can inspire creative types of all mediums to succeed at crowd funding.
Our favorite travel advice inspired by The Doctor on how travel like a Time Lord.
By combining multiple genres with fantastic, original characters, bestselling author Deborah Harkness has successfully created a new series enjoyed by readers of all ages, all over the world. The All Souls Trilogy consists of three gripping novels, The Discovery of Witches, The Shadow of Night and The Book of Life. The series revolves around the…
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FIlmmakers, Influencers and more discuss the inclusive fun of ComicCon and fan events
How to create a ComicCon Survival kit to make it easier and more enjoyable to attend fan and cosplaying events.
Book Expo and Book Con 2018 unites book lovers and the publishing industry for a weeklong celebration of the enduring power and love of the written word. Appearances by Trevor Noah, Bernie Sanders, B&N Chairman Len Riggio and more!
The …withErin Coughlin Show S1E3: On today’s program, co-screenwriter and co-director Alex Haughey stops by to discuss his (first) new feature film, Prodigy.
TNT’s The Alienist Introduces Audience To Sinister Murder and Likeable Characters