Just so you know – I have NOT been a lazy “Public Domain Diva” bum over the last few weeks. I know… I haven’t been sending out many emails lately so you don’t really know what’s been going on around Debraville.
First – I want to make sure you know about the Best Public Domain Books […]
Long Lost Public Domain Fitness Books Reveal The Secrets of Sleek, Sexy Abs & Ridiculously Muscular Physiques!
Today I got an interesting comment on the blog that I wanted to highlight here…
Hi Debra- thought you might be interested in this: Lifehacker is running a post about a 100 year old fitness system that some people still use […]
This week, I’ve released another ready-to-edit public domain book entitled, “You Can Analyze Handwriting” (published in 1958).
Publishing Info for “You Can Analyze Handwriting”:
Title: “You Can Analyze Handwriting – A Practical Tool For Self-Knowledge and Personal Power”
Author: Robert Holder
Publisher: PRENTICE-HALL, INC., Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
Year of Publication: 1958
Pages: ~ 223
Copyright Status: Public Domain in the United States […]
This week, I’ve released another ready-to-edit public domain book inside the Public Domain Treasure Hunter Book Club entitled, “The Art of Caricaturing” (published in 1941).
I originally mentioned this book several months ago in a post here. Since that time, I’ve had my team working on converting it into an editable Word document just for PDTH […]
What do you get when you cross a fascinating, true-life, human-interest story…a powerful dose of nostalgia…and a touch of vintage flare?
You get your next potential Amazon best-seller, that’s what!
I tripped over a very interesting book today in the Internet Archive that completely side-tracked me and almost made me forget why I was there in the first […]
My friend and fellow Public Domain Treasure Hunter Debbie Henry sent me an email yesterday… we often joke about how all us “Debbie’s must stick together… (you “all” know who you are).
Anyway she shared two interesting things with me:
1. What she has been up to lately
2. A book on the Internet Archive that I’d […]
I was digging around at the Internet Archive today and fished out this little gem of vintage Public Domain Americana…
“The American Girl’s Handy Book”, originally published in 1893, is a fun book specifically aimed at girls and contains a whopping 500 pages of 19th century “old world charm”. This book is just practically oozing with nostalgia!