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Ann-Marie Eklund: "The game of health search"

Today, Ann-Marie Eklund defended her disseration on framing interaction with an information system using game theory, as applied to a health information system for the general public. 107 more words

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Book review - “For the Record” - Brady and Liz fight to make their relationship work in the series finale

Format: ebook, paperback
Series: book 3 of 3 of The Record trilogy
Rating: 18+ sexual content, dark themes, language
Genre: Romance
Goodreads page: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22361799-for-the-record?from_search=true

In the finale book of the trilogy, Liz and Brady adjust to the public eye while trying to make sure that the public doesn’t ruin either one of their careers. 348 more words


Sexual Assault

Maybe because of the Bill Cosby news lately, maybe because the fiction I’m writing deals, in part, with a rape and its aftermath, maybe because I’ve been sexually assaulted five times–whatever the reason, this is the post I never wanted to write. 1,344 more words

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For the Record by K.A. Linde Release Week Event & Giveaway


With Congressman Brady Maxwell up for reelection and journalist Liz Dougherty about to graduate into a promising career, the ambitious couple’s future is brighter than ever. 721 more words

Release Week Event + Excerpt & Giveaway: For the Record by K.A. Linde

FOR THE RECORD is almost here! This is the final book in the Record series.

Check out below for an excerpt of the book as well as a fantastic giveaway! 554 more words


Every Stop on the Lawrenceville Artists Studio Tour

For this year’s Lawrenceville Studio Tour I decided to compete in the Studio Tour challenge, visiting every single stop (I was the only competitor). I started at site #1 (Joe Kelly’s furniture studio and showroom) and trekked to #14 (Ron Copeland’s studio), doubling back around to hit missed venues on Main Street. 233 more words

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Art Vandalized during the Lawrenceville Studio Tour

By all accounts the 10th Annual Lawrenceville Artists Studio Tour was a big success. But for the artist Gavin Benjamin it ended with a big disappointment: he discovered several of his prints had been vandalized. 285 more words

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