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Book Review: Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

Reviewed by: Lea Rausch *I receive no monetary or in-kind compensation for my reviews. All opinions are my own* Quote Worthy: As soon as I heard Reese Witherspoon (America’s Sweetheart and, more importantly, my own personal girl crush) secured the rights to turn Liane Moriarty’s Big Little Lies into a feature film, I knew I […] The post Book Review: Big Litt...

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Celebrate Earth Day With These Great Titles For Your Little Reader

By: Layla Ronan Life in the Ocean: The Story of Oceanographer Sylvia Earle by Claire A. Nivola   Author and illustrator Claire A. Nivola tells the tales of ocean explorer Sylvia Earle in Life in the Ocean: The Story of Oceanographer Sylvia Earle. While fighting for ocean advocacy Sylvia designs submersibles, swims with creatures of the […] The post Celebrate E...

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Books are a Powerful Medicine

By: Samuel Valentino Cancer is a frightening word and a more frightening diagnosis, particularly when it applies to children. Young cancer patients face countless needles, tubes, and pills, and their loved ones endure the challenges with them. Books can be a powerful medicine.  Reading takes us places.  A fairy tale can bring a child facing […] The post Books ...

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The Accidental Photographer: Occupy These Photos

By: Mickey Z. I’ve been taking photos for a little less than five years and make no pretense towards technical expertise. For me, photography is a labor of love and yet another component of my commitment to a life of activism. In fact, it still never fails to amuse me when I’m referred to as […] The post The Accidental Photographer: Occupy These Photos appea...

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Book Review: Auschwitz #34207 The Joe Rubinstein Story by Nancy Sprowell Geise

Reviewed by: Myles Friedman *I receive no monetary or in-kind compensation for my reviews. All opinions are my own* Quote Worthy: Against terrible odds, Auschwitz survivor Joe Rubinstein lived to tell author, Nancy Sprowell Geise, the story of his experiences as a prisoner of the Nazis during World War II. His tale of survival is […] The post Book Review: Auschw...

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10 Libraries To Put On Your Bucket List

First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country each April.  Celebrate National Library Week by planning a getaway to one of these amazing libraries. Enjoy these top ten picks from places all around the world. Everything from spiral staircases to towering bo...

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Reader Opinions Matter

    Read a great book recently? Have a story you loved? Or maybe you tried a new genre and it wasn’t for you? Now readers can voice their opinions on Pubslush, with reader reviews. Every book now has the option for readers to submit a “quote worthy” rating and write a review. Get your […] The post Reader Opinions Matter appeared first on ...

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10 Reasons Why You Should Register For IndieReCon Today!

Want to make the self-publishing mission possible? IndieReCon will help you learn all the dirty secrets about the indie publishing industry and help you succeed. Hang out with us all day and all night.  Hourly posts. Tons of chats, blogs and webinars. We give you 10 reasons why you should join us for IndieReCon, a 3-day global event to […] The post 10 Reaso...

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Book Spotlight: Dark Seed by Lawrence Verigin

Dark Seed By – Lawrence Verigin Genre – Thriller, Lab-Lit Publication Date – December 1, 2013 Publisher – Promontory Press A disillusioned journalist and the grieving daughter of a murdered scientist uncover an immoral and destructive global plot by the largest developer of genetically engineered seed and its parent pharmaceutical conglomerate....

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