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Dystopian fans unite! The debut young adult book by Erin Carrougher is a stellar hit. Ashton is living in what was once called Seattle, subjected into a rigid caste-system. The Suits, those who have the technology and luxury to live a free life, and those, like rebellious Ashton who is left to survive by obedience […]

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Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It

Author, Personal Branding Expert, and Influencer Dorie Clark has built her empire on teaching others to create genius from their passions and gifts. Her relatable style and optimistic disposition shines through in all that she does including this book designed to help readers present their ideas in a new, relatable way. She stresses that success […]

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Author Q&A With Erin Carrougher

Erin Carrougher is a native of the Pacific Northwest, living the majority of her life near the Seattle area. She loves dystopian books, movies, and shows; so naturally, she weaved her passion for writing with her obsession with the possible futures. When not writing, she works as a sales professional and is a loving wife, […]

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6 Picks: Books To Support a Social Media Fast

It seems like everywhere you turn there are expectations heaped upon you. You have those from your family, friends, co-workers, supervisors, and community. You probably also have high expectations heaped upon yourself to be better, stronger, smarter, more successful, and so on. When you’re heavy with expectations, social media is a great escape. Or is […]

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Author Q&A with Larry Atlas

After serving in the Army as a Drill Sergeant, Larry Atlas attended Bennington College, earning both bachelor’s and master’s degrees before declining admission to medical school—and moving to New York to begin a successful career as an actor, playwright, and screenwriter. Among his produced plays are Total Abandon and the award-winning Yield of the Long […]

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The Good Client

This is book one in the Mitch Turner legal thriller series by Dan Decker. I’m amid reading them all because, if you’re like me, you love a good series and a great protagonist. Against his better judgement, defense attorney Mitch Turner agrees to defend his law clerk Timothy Cooper when accused of murdering his estranged […]

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The War Widow

This historical fiction release by Tara Moss is a cleverly woven tale of love, mystery, and empowerment, set in 1946 Sydney, Australia. It might sound like a strange combination, but it’s my take. I’ll tell you why. First, I love the protagonist, Billie Walker, a war widow who’s taken over her late father’s struggling detective—or, […]

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The Most Dangerous Duke In London

Saucy romance readers will celebrate the bold adventures in Madeline Hunter’s first installment of the Decadent Duke Series. Set to avenge his family’s dismissal by the ton, Adam Penrose, Duke of Stratton sets his sights on the eldest daughter of his sworn enemy. Clara might have peaked Adam’s interest but she has little desire to […]

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