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The Countdown (Not Final)*

The clock is ticking. I’ve been setting up the distribution for The Incident Under the Overpass, and doing all the necessary tasks so that it will be available for sale on September 6, 2016. 608 more words

Writing

$200 4th July @Kindlbookreview #Giveaway #amreading #Books #booklover #IARTG #ASMSG

You may have gathered from the fact that I’ve been putting myself about a bit, Learning to Love, my contemporary romance recommended to Choc Lit by WHSmith Travel Fiction Buyer, is here! 329 more words

Romance

A shoal of Sharks

… or a shiver of sharks. Or just a school of sharks.

Either way, my first box load of The Shark Caller arrived today. After so many years and… 34 more words

For Teachers

Brazil and Book Launches

I wasn’t planning on two posts about Brazil, but my four days there were eventful enough to warrant it.

After my last post, I had the opportunity to eat feijoada. 941 more words

Writing

a16z Podcast: An Economics Take on the Sharing Economy

Love the term or hate it, the concept and reality of the “sharing economy” (or “gig economy” and so on) is here to stay. And in fact, argues NYU Stern professor and researcher Arun Sundararajan, it may even reduce the income distribution gap between the haves and have-nots in a way that previous shifts — like the Industrial Revolution and traditional 20th century institutions — never did. 163 more words

Policy

Dr Valdi Astvaldsson edits a volume on violence in central America

Dr Valdi Astvaldsson, Senior Lecturer in Iberian & Latin American Studies, had edited a volume of essays on violence and endurance in central America and the Caribbean, to be published by… 192 more words

Latin American Studies