Tag Archives | Inspiration

Operation Storytime

Thanks to a few ingenious members of the United States Military, their families, contributions of noble supporters, and partner organizations, United Through Reading (UTR) was born. Through their free UTR App, deployed service members and Veterans can video record themselves reading a book then send it, along with a free copy of the book, to […]

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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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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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Promising Pages

The world becomes infinitely bigger when a child is given a book. There, they discover new worlds, life lessons, and exciting opportunities. But another world-changing opportunity arises when a child shares a book with another. This is what the charity Promising Pages is all about. The Charlotte, North Carolina based charity began by regifting books […]

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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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Rewire Your Anxious Brain: How to use the neuroscience of fear to end anxiety, panic & worry

The world is rapidly changing. So are humans. One characteristic growing at an untenable speed is the number of people struggling with anxiety. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, “An estimated 19.1% of U.S. adults had any anxiety disorder in the past year.” With that being said, books focusing on understanding and managing […]

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