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Update: Some Unknown Authors Still Making Good Living from Self-Publishing

My previous posts on this subject on this blog give an excellent background on the birth, growth and sustainability of profitable self-publishers.

Other posts on this subject on my other blog (Writers Welcome Blog) can be accessed… 600 more words

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Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke To Collaborate


Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke have signed up to collaborate on a new novel, which will revisit characters and plot lines introduced in Clark’s bestselling… 78 more words

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High school senior Jenna Borresen trains for Hofstra's Womens soccer team

East Meadow High School senior Jenna Borresen trains in the summer ahead of her first year on the Hofstra Pride Women’s soccer team.

The Duality of the “Raver Girl”: Peace, Love, Unity and Rave-Feminism

We’ve all seen them, and they’ve shown us all of them. Who do I mean: the 21st century “raver girls”. If you’ve been to an electronic dance music (EDM) show, you’ve probably been inadvertently baptized in raver girl sweat as she flips her hair and proceeds to do a half-hearted booty bump in your direction. 665 more words


SAT, ACT Will Be Optional For Applicants To Hofstra University In 2015

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) – Standardized college admission tests will now be optional for students applying to Hofstra University on Long Island.

Beginning in 2015, students will be able to decide for themselves whether the tests will be part of their applications, CBS 2’s Jennifer McLogan reported. 509 more words


Getting oriented to the new normal

It has been a quiet couple of days. I’m not tripping over 17 pairs of cute size 5 shoes left in the doorway.

No dishes are piled in the kitchen sink. 395 more words


Finishing one chapter ... ready to start another

We’re still soaking in all the excitement of Catherine’s graduation from Greenwich High on Thursday, but there’s no time dilly-dally.

Tuesday marks the start of a three-day orientation at Hofstra. 261 more words