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JOIN the Renegade Red Blog Tour!

Super stoked to share this really cool Renegade Red announcement with you guys! Continue reading for more! :D

CALLING ALL BOOK BLOGGER RENEGADES!

YOU are the new face of the book world, and we want YOU to be a part of the big release for RENEGADE RED, the second book of the Award-Winning series, THE LIGHT TRILOGY!   277 more words

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New Year Update, 2017

Biters, Sweet Dreamers, Readers and Listeners,

2016 was happily waved goodbye by many of us. I was equally glad to see it go. 2017 promises to be a better and more productive for me, I hope! 716 more words

Emerian Rich

Switch from Discrete Mathematics to Probability, Statistics

From the book Foundations of Data Science by John Hopcroft and Ravindran Kannan

Computer science as an academic discipline began in the 60’s. Emphasis was on programming languages, compilers, operating systems, and the mathematical theory that supported these areas.

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Storystorm Day 24: "Bake Your Darlings" by Debbie Ridpath Ohi

by Debbie Ridpath Ohi I’m assuming that you’re all deep into your brainstorming about story ideas at this point and already have a meaty list after all the inspiring posts you’ve … 38 more words

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From Page to Screen: A Series of Unfortunate Events

Honestly I’m not 100 percent certain I’ve ever read A Series of Unfortunate Events. There’s a part of me that thinks I read a few of the books but not the whole series. 288 more words

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The Female of the Species by Mindy McGinnis: A Book Review

“Her own world. Population: 1.”

This book makes me realize what I am capable of as a woman, on what are the things that I could and could not do, on what are the things that are acceptable and what are not. 312 more words

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An Asian Appreciation of Paul Beatty's The Sellout

Paul Beatty’s The Sellout is a funny, clever, topical novel, and it’s easy to see why it won the Man Booker Prize (I say that as if I’m fully aware of the criteria when I’m not) and the hearts of critics. 596 more words

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