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AF MARIÉ: Q&A with Savannah author Jen Marie Wiggins | Books | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music

How long have you been in the Savannah area and what brought you here? Ten years. I came here for my husband’s job and we really love it and never intend to leave. When did you first get interested in writing and when was the first time you published? I …

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Beyond Meat founder wants you to read five books at the same time

On the supply side, name recognition still matters I started the business selling to restaurants, hospitals, hotels and universities. In 2012, the New York Times had a front page article “Sunday Review” about the quality of our then chicken product. I felt so confident in the quality of the product …

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BOOKS: The best sports writing of the year offers more than game by game | Books & Literature

This certainly proves the caliber of writing included in this year’s book, which also features such articles as “The Confederate Flag Has Finally Gone to NASCAR Races, and I won’t miss it for a second” by Ryan McGee, published premiered in ESPN, June 10, 2020; “Their son’s heart saved his …

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Sister Souljah, Jackie Collins: The Book Briefing

Editor’s Note: This week’s newsletter is a replay. We will be back soon with a new newsletter. In dozens of novels written over a decades-long career, romance writer Jackie Collins has clearly observed the role of sex and power in Hollywood. She has written incisively about abuse in the industry …

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Books to look back on and books to look forward to

Friday December 17, 2021 5:15 am STAMFORD, CONNECTICUT – AUG 31: Shelves of library books are reflected in the Newfield Elementary School media center on August 31, 2020 in Stamford, Connecticut. The school library, like many in the United States, will largely be closed to students due to the coronavirus …

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How to Share Kindle Books with Your Family and Friends

Books are wonderful things, and eBooks are even better in some ways. Since they weigh nothing, you can carry as many as you want in your pocket, making them perfect for long trips and commuting. But there are certain ways for a physical book to trump its digital sibling, and …

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Family donates rare books to FVCC library

The Wild West is back and wilder than ever at the Broussard Family Library and the Learning Commons at Flathead Valley Community College, thanks to a significant donation of Western literature. Whitefish resident Nick Chickering and his wife Karen recently gave the college a gift of 287 rare books from …

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The 10 Perfect Books For Culture Lovers This Christmas

Christmas is fast approaching and time is running out. Fortunately, the culture fan in your life is just about the easiest person to buy. As culture enthusiast Dr Suess once said, “Fill your house with piles of books, in every nook and cranny.” It’s a mantra many of us live …

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It’s time to do something about the books

By Leonard Pitts Jr. Once again, the carnage goes to school. Again, American students are used to target shooting. But the conservative leaders are on the case. Recognizing the continuing threat to our children, they know it is time to act decisively. It’s time to do something about the books. …

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