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Christina Boyd, 46, shares her thoughts & fears on aging - Age is Just a Number

Thank you, Christina Boyd (reviewer, editor, social media specialist, publicist), for your honest thoughts below on aging. I see a lot of my own thoughts and fears in this post. 1,037 more words

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OH in the newsroom - "You're the one" ~ by Leah St. James

I’ve mentioned before that I can always tell when an out-of-the-ordinary visitor has stopped by the lobby requesting to speak to someone in the newsroom. The receptionist’s  voice will take on a certain cautionary tone, or it will drop to a near whisper. 987 more words

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Review: A Foolish Consistency

A Foolish Consistency

by Andrea Weir
Published by Cedar Forge Press
358 pages
Genre: women’s fiction
4.5 / 5

Summary:

When a trip to the emergency room on Christmas Eve brings Callie Winwood together with Will Tremaine, the man she once thought she’d marry but has not seen in twenty-five years, their chance meeting reignites feelings each has harbored for more than two decades. 490 more words

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Once written, a book no longer needs it author - Elena Ferrante

In an era of relentless social media, around the clock tweets, Facebook pages, Goodreads fans, and endless promotion required to sell books, most authors might balk at these words. 326 more words

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IF IT LOOKS LIKE A DUCK AND IT WADDLES LIKE A DUCK AND IT QUACKS LIKE A DUCK, WHAT IS IT? LITERATURE AND TODAY’S BOOK WORLD

Are you a cowboy? A spy? A sexy lover? A  child at heart? Somewhat intellectual? If so, you probably read in a genre like children’s books, westerns, mystery, romance, or literary.   573 more words

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Review: Without You Here

Without You Here

by Carter Ashby
Published by Carter Ashby
334 pages
Genre: women’s fiction; new adult
4 / 5

Summary:

After fighting with her boyfriend, Ettie’s only goal is to drown her sorrows in some Jack Daniels. 648 more words

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Mya O'Malley's Path to Publication Story

Today fellow Astraea Press author, Mya O’Malley, is sharing her Path to Publication story.

Without further ado, here’s Mya…

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I’m going to start my story from a young age, because that is when I first started my path to publication.  1,531 more words

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