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Federal government forgives more than $ 1 million in PPP loans to the best anti-vaccines

Ttalk about a sick case. The Small Business Administration gave vaccine conspirators a shot in the arm of more than $ 1 million by forgiving massive loans to major vaccine opponents, a Daily Beast review revealed. Ironically, this infusion came through the Paycheck Protection Program, intended to ease the economic pressure brought on by the pandemic – the same pandemic ...

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Award-winning journalist Ken Tingley announces the publication of his first book with Something Or Other Publishing

Tingley joins elite writers: astronaut Ron Garan, acclaimed sci-fi / fantasy author Alia Luria and WWII historian Aleksandar Veljic “Ken Tingley doesn’t just write from the heart… on the hearts of others, you can turn to any page and feel your heart restored. “Terry Pluto, Author / Columnist – Cleveland Plain Dealer.” – Terry Pluto, writer and columnist for the ...

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The best books of 2021 to date

Graphic: All by Natalie Peeples Too often it can seem that literary coverage is dominated by scandal, that people don’t want to read books as much as they want to read writers who do bad things. Whether it’s the parade of former Trump administration officials signing lucrative publishing deals (and then some of those deals are canceled) or a long-awaited ...

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Kharis Publishing publishes “One Day of Peace: An Inspirational Novel Revealing 50 Principles That Can Transform Your Life”

“One Day of Peace by Stephen D’Angelo” Kharis Publishing today announced the release of “A Single Day of Peace: An Inspirational Novel Revealing 50 Principles That Can Transform Your Life” (ISBN: 978-1637460337) by Stephen D’Angelo. CHICAGO, Illinois – Most people have parts of their lives that are flourishing and parts that need healing. Things we would like to change and ...

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U.S. supply chain grapples with high costs and downtime

July 8, 2021 @booksandpublishing In the United States, the book industry’s supply chain is grappling with the challenges of trucker shortages, widespread port congestion and soaring container costs, according to a panel from the Book Industry Study. Group, report Editors Weekly. The panel expects the struggles to continue for the remainder of the year and into 2022. David Hetherington of ...

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West receives 2021 Reading Australia scholarship

July 8, 2021 @booksandpublishing The Copyright Agency has named Edwina West of Oakhill College in Sydney as the 2021 Reading Australia Laureate for English Literacy Teachers. West receives a grant of $ 15,000, which will be used to develop a resource for teachers and teacher-librarians to help students choose books that reflect their diverse experiences and address the increasing rate ...

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Clear Lake resident releases second children’s novel

CLEAR LAKE, Texas – Rhys Griffin, a Clear Lake resident, released his second children’s book this year through a partnership with Spectrum Fusion, a Houston-based nonprofit, and it can be read by fans of fairy tales in Houston and beyond this summer. The non-profit Reactor Room provides adults like Griffin, who has the autism spectrum, a place to connect with ...

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Colorado Authors League announces 2021 writing awards finalists

This month, the finalists were named in the long-running Colorado Authors League (CAL) writing competition. Celebrating its 90th anniversary this year, the organization supports and promotes published writers. CAL recognizes several works published in several different genres in fiction and non-fiction. This year, more than 120 members participated in the published works competition. Each year, the group honors a member ...

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