Archive | October, 2023

Journalist Q&A With Alyshia Hull

Alyshia Hull is a journalist and future author. She has been published with AdWeek, Girls’ Life, Rachael Ray, Huffpost and more. She also currently works as an editorial fellow for Business Insider. Alyshia lives in Upstate New York with her dog Taco. You are an journalist, but is it your day job? It’s my dream […]

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I Did It For You

Talk about a mind-bender. This new suspense by author Amy Engel swiftly draws you in to one mystery layered upon another. A small-town thriller with a unique spin on how guilt can be a disturbing bedfellow. When Greer Dunning decides to take an extended break from her school counseling job in Chicago, she doesn’t go […]

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Finding Clarity: How compassionate accountability builds vibrant relationships, thriving workplaces, and meaningful lives.

Finding Clarity by Marc Lesser is all about increasing self-awareness and interpersonal skills so one can live, and lead, with more depth, compassion, and effectiveness. Marc has decades of experience that “he lived and practiced” in preparation of writing this book. Director of Tassajara Zen Mountain Center, MBA, and CEO of three companies, including a […]

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Book Teaser: The Trouble with Drowning

Heather Hach, screenwriter and Broadway book writer turned her considerable writing chops to fiction during Covid when Broadway and Hollywood were both shutdown, and found that novel-length fiction was a great outlet that she enjoyed very much. Her latest, soon-to-be bestseller hits the shelves this month! The Trouble with Drowning by Heather Hach.  When Eden […]

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Rocked By Grace

Book one in the Love and Chaos series by bestselling author M. J. Schiller is a fantastically fun romantic romp for readers with crushes on bad boy rockstars. Zane Sanders is following in the footsteps of the great Bruce Springsteen when he plucks an unsuspecting fan out of the audience during his concert. Grace Prescott […]

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Writing That Gets Noticed: Find Your Voice, Become a Better Storyteller, Get Published.

This ultimate writer’s handbook by Estelle Erasmus is something I wish I’d read when I entered the world of journalism. Ironically, those are the very same words the author opens her introduction with. To answer the call, she’s created a must-have resource for both the new writer and the seasoned writer who need direction, inspiration, […]

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