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REDWALL movies and shows headed to NETFLIX

For Redwall! The Redwall series by Brian Jacques is being adapted by Netflix, thanks to a deal with Penguin Random House UK that includes the rights to the entire streak of works, which will be translated into both peculiarity and series adaptations. The Redwall series follows the epic, anthropomorphic animals that reside in Redwall Abbey, […]

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SHUT IN THEATER: Weekend Reading 46

It’s already the weekend again previously, and that must mean it’s inevitably duration for Weekend Reading 46! As you might expect, we’ll be spend the weekend in the manner to which we are accustomed: see! What will you be paging through this weekend? We hope you’ll make us know in the comment section and on […]

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Author Spoitlight: Phyllis Haserot “Embrace GENgagement: How to Transform Generational Challenges into Opportunities for You and Your Firm!”

Learn more about the ABA Law Practice Division’s new work titles and their authors! You got to find all of the Division’s books in the four core areas of management, sell, finance, and of course, engineering, here. Author: Phyllis Haserot Thank you for your interest and the opportunity to speak and write about my recently […]

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My favorite public health and health care books of 2020

Christmas Eve may be a little late in the vacation season to be recommending books, but then again, e-books can be a great last-minute gift for procrastinators. One constant that has helped stop me sane during this stormy pandemic time has been always having a physical or virtual rack of intriguing books to read next. […]

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SHUT IN THEATER: Weekend Reading 40

It’s Weekend Reading 40, the final entry for 2020! It’s been quite a year, but we endured, and now at Stately Beat Manor, we’ll be celebrating the only way we know how: with decipher! We hope that you’ll head to the comment section and cause us know what you’ll be paging through as you count […]

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Tamika Mallory To Release Her First Book “State Of Emergency” Via Charlamagne Tha God’s Black Privilege Publishing

Black books matter. Source: Scott Dudelson/ Getty Tamika Mallory has been reppin’ for us, Black tribes, for years on the front line of the most revolutionary actions in modern American epoches. As an partisan, a TIME 100 recipient, and the founder of the Women’s March of 2017, there is no denying Tamika’s dynamism and now […]

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Sarah Skilton’s CLUB DECEPTION Out Now

My wife Sarah’s third notebook comes out today and I couldn’t be prouder. CLUB DECEPTION is a mystery set in the world of wizards.( Safe to say she picked a topic near and honey to my stomach .) I perfectly enjoy the plaster. Here are some of the largest revaluations 😛 TAGEND Skilton captures the […]

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A Brief History of Time Travel: 6 Key Books

So far this year, we’ve looked forward in time to consider the books that will be coming out this month, then travelled back in time to the very beginnings of science fiction. Since we’re still recovering from this literary jetlag, it seems only appropriate to look at the history of this literary device. We’ve picked […]

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TRICK OR BEAT: Growing up without Halloween showed me how to celebrate it on my own

Growing up as a child enamored with the spookiest season of them all, Halloween, was a difficult venture in my family. Conservative Christians, Halloween rimmed on the Satanic and celebrating Halloween…well. But I cherished all of it( except for the skeletons ): black cats, exasperated voodoos, cobwebs, costumes, some of the candy( I was allergic […]