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Author Q&A With Jeffrey Dunn

As featured on NPR and Medium, Jeffrey Dunn is a critically acclaimed author and award-winning teacher. His works of cultural fiction include the Washington State Book Award-nominated Radio Free Olympia, the surreal Dream Fishing the Little Spokane, his upcoming Wildcat, An Appalachian Romance as well as Whiskey Rebel, and his poetry collection Hubcap Collection Plate. […]

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A Sour Note: A Music Box Mystery

Everyone loves a good mystery. Especially, a well-written one. This book by Jill Piscitello is a fun read that sweeps you off to summertime along the shore. Set in the idyllic location—The Hamptons—Maeve Clearly returns to her hometown hoping to hide away from publicity scandal that unfortunately is all too popular for her to shed. […]

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Author Q&A With Anne Butler Montgomery

Anne Butler Montgomery has worked as a television sportscaster, newspaper and magazine writer, teacher, author, and amateur sports official. She finished her on-camera broadcasting career with a two-year stint as the studio host for the NBA’s Phoenix Suns. Montgomery was a freelance and/or staff reporter for six publications, writing sports, features, movie reviews, and archeological […]

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Author Q&A With Dr. Eichin Chang-Lim

Dr. Eichin Chang-Lim is a multi-award-winning author with a psychology, optometry, and microbiology background. She is a dedicated wife and mother to two children. Her literary works range from romantic fiction to memoirs, self-help, and educational nonfiction. Chang-Lim explores human relationships and the resilience of the spirit, crafting narratives that resonate on multiple levels. Her […]

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Author Q&A With Melanie K. Moschella

Melanie is an escapist reader and writer living in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire. Her two true passions are parenting and writing—both of which require stamina and creativity, but only one of which allows her to sit down. Despite Melanie’s overpriced English degree from an overrated university, she attributes her debut work, The […]

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Author Q&A With Gloria Galloway

Gloria Galloway was born and raised in Sacramento, California, within driving distance of the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountains, which provide the backdrop for Amber’s Way. She is a member of the Authors Guild and the Sacramento chapter of the California Writer’s Club. She is a strong advocate for the Children’s Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation and the […]

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4 Benefits of a Book-Based Education

“Formal education gets you a job. Self-education makes you rich.” ~ Jim Rohn There are countless success stories told by millionaires, icons, leaders, athletes, entrepreneurs, celebrities, influencers, professionals, and authors who gained their education from books. Whether they didn’t succeed in a formal teaching environment or didn’t have access to, or the luxury of, traditional […]

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