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Brooklyn Book Festival returns online with Carousel tonight

The Brooklyn Book Festival is one of the culture highlights of Fall in NYC and this year- surprise! – it’s gone online! But that only means that you can watch its insightful and relevant programming from wherever you are. Events kicked off today and run through the week. But tonight is a highlight for comics […]

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Writers Often Ask Me a Question I Can’t Answer

Photo credit: denisbin Today’s guest post is by author, editor and writing coach Mathina Calliope( @MathinaCalliope ). If you’re reading this blog, probabilities are you have been told at some object, by someone, likely more than once, that you are a good novelist. Maybe even a great writer. Your mom, maybe, as she pinned your […]

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Breast cancer screening is likely to be harmful after age 75

To increase acute maintenance capacity during the COVID-1 9 pandemic, infirmaries have suspended elective surgical procedures, and family medicine rehearsals have adjourned sees for preventive care and monitoring of stable chronic diseases – particularly in cases older than 70 years, whose danger of developing serious illness from SARS-CoV-2 contracted in a health care setting likely […]

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Why We Didn’t Hit #1 Bestseller on Amazon

This week, it was our goal to get Sarah Gribble’s debut novel, Surviving Death, into the #1 bestselling spot in its category on Amazon. We worked hard for it, came so close, and just narrowly missed. In this post, I want to share what we did to get so close and why we missed, and […]

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Murder, Forgotten by Deb Richardson-Moore

Julianna Burke is a successful crime writer, loved by readers the world over. Her volumes sell and sell, with each new release eagerly awaited by love. She and her husband Connor are very much in love and experience a charmed life, with residences in South Carolina and Scotland. As we firstly fulfill Julianna, she’s arriving […]

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The Simplicity of Saint Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent De Paul’s extraordinary life began in 1561 in the hamlet of Pouy, France. From his humble beginnings as “their childrens” of peasant farmers St. Vincent would one day become an adviser to the Queen of France, and from proclaiming one mission to peasants in 1613 St. Vincent would found an ordering of priests […]

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How to Teach Your Teen to Budget Like a Pro

It astounds us how quickly our girls are growing up. Next month when clas starts up again, we’ll have a fourth-grader and a kindergartener. Even though we have some time before they are ready to move out of the house, we want to spend time now make preparations for the big modulation. As a parent, […]

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The SmallBizChat Podcast: Being Brilliantly Resilient with Mary Fran Bontempo

Mary Fran Bontempo is the Co-Founder of Brilliantly Resilient, a podcast that coachs publics programmes and tools to thrive in the face of adversity and beyond. Mary is a TEDx speaker and the author of four diaries, including The 15 -Minute Master, which focuses on her son’s heroin addiction and how to steer a crisis. […]

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7 Proven SaaS Marketing Strategies for Lead Generation

The SaaS industry is highly volatile. Some say its anything but static. Those of you who work in the SaaS space would think this sounds like an understatement, right? Moreover, recent data from Blissfully found that an average business should expect roughly 50% of their software to change in the next two years. In simpler […]

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5 Unexpected Causes of Autoimmunity

Jennifer had tried everything to get rid of her psoriasis. She made major changes tp her food and life-style with simply modest improvements in the red, scaly patches on her sides and elbows. A 45 time old woman with 2 school-aged children, she ever wore long-sleeved shirts, even during the summer. Powerful drugs remedies did […]