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What It Means To Date In Your 50′s

Date with Lucy is a chronicle, a guide and a journey of self-empowerment, all set within the sitcom construct that is my love life. Ha! I share the exquisitely ridiculous details of my excursions with the opposite sex while doling out this advice on repeat, “Do as I SAY…” At 49 years old, I knew not […] The post What It Means To Date In Your 50′s ap...

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Obsessed with House of Cards? You’ll love these books!

Half of the country has been looking forward to this day. No, not because it’s Friday, although that’s reason enough to celebrate, but because House of Cards is back! Netflix has released season three today and it’s the buzz of the Internet. If you plan to spend your weekend binge watching and completing the season, […] The post Obsessed with H...

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March Literary Events

March isn’t only for the Irish or the basketball crazed. There is plenty of room for all, especially book lovers. Whether you’re eating some Irish Soda Bread, headed to your spring break vacation, or keeping track of your teams scores, take a minute to check out these events: Read Across America March 2nd This year, […] The post March Literary Events...

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Book Review: Our Dried Voices by Greg Hickey

Reviewed by: Denise Drespling *I receive no monetary or in-kind compensation for my reviews. All opinions are my own* Quote Worthy: Our Dried Voices is the story of Samuel, a young man who lives in a world where all major diseases and other things that often kill people have been eliminated. Humans now live on […] The post Book Review: Our Dried Voices by Greg H...

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5 Reasons Online Dating Can Be More Beneficial Than Traditional

By: Michelle Fugel Don’t lie. If you’re not already a member of a dating site, you have debated joining one, even if it was just to see what all of the hype was about. In a time when McDonald’s isn’t fast enough for some people, it should come as no surprise that our grandmother’s ways […] The post 5 Reasons Online Dating Can Be More Beneficial Tha...

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A Great Name for an Elephant – Growing Up in a Bilingual Environment

By: Jack Ewing In the late 1970s, when we had only lived a short time in Costa Rica, I wondered how growing up in a household where two languages were spoken would affect our young children’s communication skills and if they would confuse English and Spanish. I think lots of parents wonder the same thing, […] The post A Great Name for an Elephant – Growi...

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Proud to be an American

February is Black History Month, and here at Pubslush, we wanted to round up some of our favorite African American reads. Whether the book’s protagonist is a Nigerian immigrant struggling to understand America, or if the book’s author is a (Bad) Feminist Professor, this is a mere sampling of the great, diverse literature out there […] The post Proud ...

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5 BookTubers To Know

We came to know the term “BookTuber” via Twitter. Not really surprising considering we find many current happenings on our favorite 140 character read-at-a-glance social media platform. We’ve heard of bloggers, and vloggers, and YouTubers, but never BookTubers. After doing some hard pressed Googling, we found out this elusive term simply refers to s...

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Channeling My Inner Amanda Palmer

By: Samantha Warren Asking for help is hard. It requires you to be vulnerable in a way that few of us enjoy. It requires us to admit we can’t do it all, that we’re not as strong as we wanted to be, that we’re *gasp* not perfect. I hate asking for help. I avoid it […] The post Channeling My Inner Amanda Palmer appeared first on Pubslush Blog. ...

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