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Don’t Lie to Me

A man, scarred by the memories of his mother’s mistreatment and sister’s untimely death, has never found a way to heal from this trauma. He decides to teach the world a lesson about the unhealthy statistics surrounding broken homes by going after children of divorced parents in a sadistically disturbed way—torture and murder. This book […]

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Author Q&A with Joanne Holbrook

Mother of two and spouse of a United States Army officer, Joanne Holbrook is a woman on a mission. That mission includes helping parents successfully raise children who are kind and empathetic. And this isn’t easy to do when you are a globe-trotting author, a dance instructor, choreographer, yoga teacher and mother of two. Yes, […]

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Author Q&A with Marty Ambrose

Marty Ambrose has been consumed with the world of literature, whether teaching English at Southern New Hampshire University or creating her own fiction, for almost two decades. Her career has spanned both mystery and historical fiction with seven published novels to her credit, receiving starred reviews by Publishers Weekly and becoming a finalist for the […]

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Author Q&A with Lynnette Austin

When you get a chance to meet the author behind the books, it’s a gift. And trust me when I say, it’s been a pure pleasure to get to know Lynnette Austin who’s experienced both a heartwarming and heartbreaking life’s journey. Weaving her love for HEA into all of her stories, she wants readers to […]

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The Things She’s Seen

There’s something dark going on in the remote Australian town where Detective Michael Teller’s latest case takes him. A fire has destroyed a home for orphaned and wayward children and two bodies have been found inside—one burnt beyond recognition. This fire has opened a Pandora’s Box of sorts, as there is a cold case possibly […]

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Kids Need to Read

A charity that serves vulnerable children nationwide is one that is certainly deserving of praise. And one that revolves around books and literacy? It’s an inspirational venture perfectly suited for some Books Uplift praise.  “Many people underestimate the power of books and literacy,” says Kids Need to Read operations director, Jessica Payne, “but the lack of […]

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Storytelling with Children

Once limited to gathering around a campfire or sitting at the knee of a grandparent, storytelling is much more than a way to pass down tales of history or legends of another world. Storytelling has in fact become an art form of its own and has grown in such popularity that it has a guild, […]

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Author Q & A with Rich Perry

Rich Perry is a coach, consultant and a radio host with an amazing history of building successful entrepreneurial empires. So, it’s no surprise that he’s authored several books that help others achieve similar success. His latest book, Bankroll Your Mind—Create Clarity, Focus, and Mastery for a Lifetime of Unlimited Success, offers practical tools and simple […]

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