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My Personal Library: If the subject is too large for adult fiction, write it for children

In this newest installment about the personal libraries of TSTC Publishing staff, marketing intern Emilly Martinez discusses children’s literature, young adult fiction and postmodern books. 868 more words


Netflix Executive’s Apology Lacking

Netflix executives and marketers should have done a little more homework before dividing the Netflix company into two businesses. Netflix will remain as the company’s streaming entity, and Qwikster is the new name for the DVD-by-mail service. 393 more words


E-Books vs. Books: The Green Debate

I always have been a book person. I’ve been collecting them since I was three, from the Sesame Street how-to-count books to Maurice by E.M. Forster. 800 more words

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Cotton Bales, Goatmen & Witches Book Centers on Heart of Texas Legends

Extreme record-breaking hot weather in Texas makes the staff at TSTC Publishing yearn for fall to arrive along with its latest book, Cotton Bales, Goatmen & Witches: Legends from the Heart of Texas. 274 more words

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The Five Myths of Gaming Designers

(originally published in TechCareers Blog)

I remember putting our 5-year-old son, Ben, to bed so his dad and I could practice playing Mario on his Nintendo. 468 more words

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TYC Recipient of TSTC Publishing Books

(Previously published in the Taking Charge blog.)

Attending a presentation of more than 200 books from TSTC Publishing to TYC are (from left) TYC Volunteer Coordinator Katherine Davis, TSTC Publishing Marketing Manager Sheila Boggess, TSTC Publishing Sales Manager Wes Lowe, TYC Mart Unit 2 Librarian Aurelia Robertson, TSTC Publishing Publisher Mark Long, TYC Deputy Director Robin McKeever, TYC Mart Unit 2 Principal Mildred Watkins and TYC Mart Unit 2 Superintendent Curtis Simmons Jr. 329 more words

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Meet the Voice Behind the Book

Michael Jones, the voice behind Lust, Violence and Religion: Life in Historic Waco, is a man of many, and varied, talents.  While in his native New Mexico, Jones was a successful Albuquerque radio personality, and earned his bachelor’s degree in theater in 1976 and a master’s degree in speech communication in 1977. 327 more words