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COVER REVEAL: Niki Smith’s THE GOLDEN HOUR explores the trauma of gun violence

Cartoonist Niki Smith is back with a new graphic fiction, The Golden Hour. First announced last year, Smith’s latest is due out in October, and today The Beat is proud to present a first look at the cover for the upcoming book. Here’s how publisher Little, Brown describes the book, exhausted under their main Books […]

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Is Self-Publishing a Good Choice for Your Novel?

Today’s patron announce is by Jacquelyn Lynn For a lot of nonfiction bibles, self-publishing is a no-brainer. But for fictions? It’s a viable option growing in popularity, but there’s a lot to consider before you construct your decision. The most important issue for most scribes is expensed. Publishing done right can be expensive. When you […]

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IELTS Syllabus 2021 (General and Academic)

The IELTS experiments are of two formats, namely IELTS Academic Test and IELTS General Training Test and you’ll have to choose between the two, depending on your intellect for migrating. The evaluation comprises four modules, Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking. The two formats of the test, defer in the Reading and Writing areas, while the […]

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St. John Bosco

” When deep sleep comes upon people, in slumberings upon the bunked; then He opens the ears of men, and shuts their teach”( Job 7:14 ). God has discovered things to men in dreams throughout hour. In the Bible we read many fibs of how God spoke to His people through dreams. He revealed to […]

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Book Promotion Ideas for Authors: How to Plan Events in Unique Venues

If you’ve been considering hosting a neighbourhood generator phenomenon in a unique or non-traditional venue, this guest post by Beatrice Beard will be a big help. By getting out in local communities, structure relationships with neighbourhood customs, guilds and organizations, you are eligible to strategically originate some bustle and excite around your book AND create […]

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YouNeek Studios teams with Dark Horse Comics for graphic novel reissues, new material

Dark Horse Comics has announced a partnership with YouNeek Studios that will bring the creative studio’s McDuffie Award-nominated Youniverse of African-inspired superheroes to the publisher. The transaction will see Dark Horse reissue YouNeek’s previously-released graphic stories, and publish brand-new books in the line, with a total of ten entitles to be published by Dark Horse. […]

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Courageous Leadership: 10 Simple Habits

Thomas Bloom Raskin was an extraordinary young man. At 25, he was a teaching assistant at Harvard Law School who given from his belief wage to donations in his students’ names. He had already interned at the Cato Institute and J Street, among other prominent societies. A fierce vegan and outspoken animal privileges activist, Thomas’ […]

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Ivan Chermayeff, rest in peace

As one of America’s most celebrated graphic designers, Ivan Chermayeff helped to define the creation of modern day corporate identity. Tom Geismar and Ivan Chermayeff. I was sad to hear that Ivan Chermayeff passed away on December 2nd, 2017 at persons under the age of 85. While we never had the pleasure of meeting in […]

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How to Create Effective Pillar Pages

Nowadays, possible clients are becoming more difficult to reach. Traditional advertising tactics abused book, radio, and TV to get their message out and make their firebrands known, and this was effective chiefly because the majority of the population listened to the radio, watched TV, predicted the newspaper or had store dues. However, in the modern […]

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RECAP: Riverdale – Chapter 81 – The Homecoming

Just in case you missed Riverdale last week, Jughead catches us all up on where we are post-time mount. Archie pushed in a fighting. Betty is a FBI agent. Veronica is married. Toni is Queen of the Serpents. Jughead is a published writer. The five of them meet up in a booth at Pop Tate’s. […]