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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF GRANDMA MOSES PRESS

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF GRANDMA MOSES PRESS

July 2, 2015

In Las Cruces, Grandma Moses Press founder, Tim Staley, chops out chapbooks before the reading. 127 more words

My Country Loves to Read, Sweet Land of Lit-erty!

Happy 4th of July one and all! Hope all BBQs, fireworks and patriotic caroling are going off without a hitch. Or, if you prefer some alone time, show your star-spangled pride by picking up the work of an American author this Independence Day weekend! 303 more words

Independent Publishing

Hawkins Lane

Judith Kirscht’s fourth published novel, Hawkins Lane (New Libri Press), is part love story, part family saga, part mystery. Set in Washington State, its principle characters, Ned and Erica Hawkins, seek fulfillment and redemption in the North Cascades. 270 more words

Literary

-feeling Opposite feeling

The feelings where I want to get in the way but I can’t.

My guts telling me to interfere but then I’m afraid getting involved with the mess. 47 more words

#DigitalIndia (Part-I)

On 1st. of July 2015, the PM of India launched, Govt. Of India’s most visionary and ambitious #DigitalIndia program and he twitted, “Today we commenced a special journey…a journey towards a #DigitalIndia where technology will play a pivotal role in India’s progress.” 443 more words

Literary

Kindness in return

“If you’re helping someone and expecting something in return, you’re doing business not kindness.”

  • You are about to ride a jeepney when you saw an old woman with a heavy luggage next to you.
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An Interview with the Jill Alexander Essbaum, Author of Hausfrau

When it comes to instant bestsellers, Jill Alexander Essbaum’s first novel, Hausfrau, is a dark horse: a deeply literary work, the book follows the slow, inevitable ruination of Anna, a depraved American housewife living in Switzerland. 1,485 more words

Essays & Other Writing