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The OVER-60s read better on tablet

There are researches that underline obvious facts and others that reach targets not even hypothesized at first, researches that change our perspective confirming and overcoming some of our prejudices. 963 more words


On Today's Bookshelf (XXIII)

It’s the holiday season again and time to be thinking about gifts for family, friends, even clients. What could be a better or more appropriate gift from an editor than a book? 1,112 more words

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Sweet Preserves Sans Le Sugar

Out of the few food allergies/intolerances I have, cane sugar is the toughest to deal with. Not because I was addicted to sugar…But because sugar is in everything out there! 127 more words


A Neat Little E-Cookbook about Waffles (Gluten Free, Paleo/AIP)

There are a few blogs that I follow (Ok…more than a few) and one of them is Provincial Paleo – one of the few good AIP ( 190 more words


Worth Celebrating: Ruth Thaler-Carter

The good news about An American Editor essayists continues.

Congratulations to our On the Basics essayist, Ruth Thaler-Carter, who will receive a Big Pencil Award on November 14, 2015, from Writers & Books in her hometown of Rochester, NY, for being “A teacher of adults who has inspired the creation and appreciation of literature” and having “contributed significantly in the advancement, creation, and understanding of literature in the Rochester community.”

Richard Adin, An American Editor

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The Paleovedic Diet : A cookbook I'm looking forward to

Why? Because it combines & blends the Paleo Diet with Ayurveda (which is usually based on vegetarianism).

“Drawing upon on his extensive training and clinical experience, Dr. 211 more words


On Today's Bookshelf (XXII)

They say summer is the time for reading. I suppose that is based on the assumption that a person has more time to read while on vacation. 569 more words

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