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What is your favorite page turner? The shortlist is out for the Canadian Book Club awards

The Canadian Book Club Awards (CBCA) released their list of 2022 finalists last week. A national literary program that distributes Readers’ Choice Awards is led this year by a graduate of Dr. Charles Best Secondary. Kristain Oliveria-Barnes, a former resident of Coquitlam, is the program director for Canadian Book Club Awards (CBCA), which released its list of 2022 finalists last ...

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Aklat Mirasol unveils indigenous stories for children

Images courtesy of Aklat Mirasol Publishing House Conflicts and an unfamiliar culture often come to many people’s minds when they think of the people of Mindanao. Similarly, the indigenous people of the Philippines are often subjects of curiosity to many for their ways that are unfamiliar to most people. A group of women editors, however, have banded together to break ...

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Britain’s £62,000 Baillie Gifford Prize names its 2022 longlist

The Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction will award £50,000 to its winner in November, with a shortlist due October 10. Image: Baillie Gifford Award By Porter Anderson, Editor | @Porter_Anderson Seven shortlisted authors are British Iin the overgrown jungle of UK-based book and publishing prices, Publication prospects readers know that the Baillie Gifford Award is one of the most lucrative ...

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Sudhakaran tells Guv Khan – The New Indian Express

Express press service T’PURAM/NEW DELHI: Renouncing silence on the Governor’s controversial claim that Jawaharlal Nehru invited RSS workers to participate in the Republic Day parade in 1963, the state Congress on Tuesday demanded that Arif Mohammed Khan apologizes for “statement based on false story”.“The governor should not condone the outright lies propagated by the RSS. It is not proper for ...

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CSW in Turkey: Investigate a plot to assassinate Christian leaders

A man waves Turkey’s national flag during the Democracy and Martyrs’ Rally hosted by Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on November 12, 2016. | Reuters/Umit Bektas British group Christian Solidarity Worldwide has called on the Turkish government to investigate an allegation that the country’s security officials offered to pay an ultranationalist “whatever he wants” in return for the assassination of religious ...

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MIBF: “We are not afraid of the big bad wolf”

MANILA, Philippines — “The Big Bad Wolf? We’re not afraid of the big bad wolf! This was the bold statement of Irene Lloren, President of Primetrade Asia Inc., organizer of the Manila International Book Fair (MIBF), when asked by Philstar.com about their rival book festival, Big Bad Wolf (BBW). “Because they are the wolf, we are the sheep,” Lloren added ...

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Phillip Picardi, former editor of Teen Vogue, joins the LA LGBT Center

The Los Angeles LGBT Center has announced the hiring of Phillip Picardi as the organization’s director of marketing and communications. “I am so excited to join the Los Angeles LGBT Center at this urgent time in our community’s history,” Picardi said in a statement Thursday morning. “Having worked for more than a decade in the media, I know how powerful ...

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The great Spanish literary Javier Marías dies at the age of 70 | International

The writer Javier Marías, author of novels whose A heart so white, all souls, dark return of time and Tomas Nevinsondied in Madrid at the age of 70, his family confirmed on Sunday. Born in the Spanish capital, Spanish-speaking scholar and contributor to EL PAÍS, Marías made his debut as an author in 1971 at the age of 19 with ...

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LoveWorld tackles language extinction with 7,000 translations

By Johnson Adebowale A daily devotional manual, Rhapsody of Realities, published by LoveWorld Publishing, has been translated into 7,000 languages ​​and dialects. The publishing company’s chief operating officer, Rev. Lola Aisida, said 42% of the 7,139 languages ​​spoken globally were endangered. She explained that publishing Rhapsody of Realities in 7,000 languages ​​was intended to ensure that no language would disappear. ...

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A New Richmond writer-in-residence will offer poetry workshops

Poet and spoken word educator Lindi Nolte will lead a series of workshops from September 24 to November 30. An award-winning poet will bring a series of performances, writing circles, workshops and mentorship opportunities to Richmond residents starting September 24. Lindi Nolte, 2022 Richmond Writer-in-Residence, will kick off the residency with a special free performance during Richmond Culture Days on ...

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Hundreds of sports shoes donated to migrant workers

WHEN a call went out on Facebook on August 17, hundreds of people responded and donated used and new sneakers to a nonprofit organization for migrant workers. Over five days, hundreds of shoes were dropped off at 12 collection points – the homes of ItsRainingRaincoats volunteers – across the city. The donation campaign was launched by ItsRainingRaincoats after realizing that ...

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White House demands immediate public access to all US-funded research papers by 2025 | Science

A decades-long battle over how best to provide the public with access to the fruits of US government-funded research has come to a head. The administration of President Joe Biden announcement yesterday that, by the end of 2025, federal agencies must make articles describing taxpayer-funded work freely available to the public as soon as the final peer-reviewed manuscript is published. ...

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Audrey Rozeboom’s new book “Please Forgive Me!” is an intensive insight into the world of forgiveness and the struggles that come with it

LANSING, Mich. (PRWEB) August 25, 2022 Audrey Rozeboom, a retired counselor and mother of six, has finished her new book “Please Forgive Me!” “: an inspiring book written to share the gift of forgiveness. As a retired counselor, Rozeboom has plenty of experience in the art of forgiveness, writing, “Sometimes we struggle to ask or accept forgiveness. Trauma situations ...

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Meeting of scribes | News, Sports, Jobs

One of the first events of the Kicka** Writers Festival held last Saturday was a “speed dating” meeting with the other participants of the festival. They would rotate every 5 minutes. (Business photo — Katelin Guérin) SARANAC LAKE — Last weekend marked the first-ever Kicka** Writers Festival, a series of events for writers hosted by writers. The events took place ...

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Minutes of the White House Meeting with State Legislative Leaders on the Extreme Risks Protection Order (ERPO) Legislation

Building on President Biden’s signing of the bipartisan Safer Communities Act last month, today Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Senior Advisor to the President and White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, Stefanie Feldman, Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy, and Rosie Hidalgo, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor on Gender-Based Violence, convened a meeting on Extreme Risk Protection ...

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Larry Ellison Lists North Palm Beach Home For Sale For $145 Million

Oracle Corp. co-founder Larry Ellison has listed his beachfront property in North Palm Beach for $145 million. The 8.5-acre estate including dune and beach areas boasts 562 feet of ocean frontage and is located in the tony neighborhood of Seminole Landing. Compared to other beachfront properties in Palm Beach County, the double-gate estate is the third-largest beachfront property in the ...

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Author D. Anthony Watters’ new book “Retribution Of The Atomic Creature” is a haunting story of two young heroes on a perilous quest for fate.

IOWA CITY, Iowa (PRWEB) August 15, 2022 D Anthony Watters has completed his new book “Retribution Of The Atomic Creature” – Book II in his Arrowhead Trilogy. ”Retribution Of The Atomic Creature: is a compelling story of two young men, thrown into action to save their lost compatriot, Bernard Behringer. “The saga continues in this thrilling sequel,” Watters shares. ...

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Chinese youth face sluggish job market as COVID slows economy

BEIJING (AP) — Liu Qian, looking for a job with a new master’s degree, said two employers interviewed her, then said the positions were cut. Others asked him to take a lower salary. What do you want to know Liu Qian, looking for a job with a new master’s degree, said two employers interviewed her and then said the positions ...

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Jordon’s dream of working in publishing is boosted by a prestigious and highly competitive internship at Penguin Random House

Thu 08/11/2022 – 14:55 | From: David Tisdale A distinguished graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) English program is gaining invaluable experience for her chosen career through a highly competitive internship at one of the most celebrated publishing houses in the world. world. Abigail Jordon, who graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in ...

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Michelle Maroussis’ new book ‘How the Elves Saved Christmas’ is a charming children’s holiday tale about an elf trying to save Christmas

FRUITPORT, MI (PRWEB) August 10, 2022 Michelle Maroussis has finished her new book ‘How Elves Saved Christmas’: a cherished book for young readers about how elves saved Christmas. Maroussis writes a charming Christmas tale about what happens when Santa Claus doesn’t have enough presents: “’What are we going to do?’ said Santa Claus. “We don’t have enough toys to ...

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Author Anthony Nelson’s new book ‘Look-See: If You can… Boy Detective’ is the story of a young boy who helps his friend by solving a robbery case

Newly released “Look-see: If you can… Boy Detective” by Newman Springs Publishing author Anthony Nelson follows Looksee, a young boy who imagines himself to be a superstar baseball player and genius detective. When one of his friends loses his most prized possession, a case of theft comes to light that will help Looksee prove his skills to his teammates. Press ...

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3 Mindanao books among National Book Awards winners

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/August 06) – Three books on Mindanao are among the 27 winners of the 39e National Book Awards presented by the National Book Development Board (NDBD) and the Manila Critics Circle (MCC). The NBA is an annual event but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it had its last award in November 2019 for books published in 2018. The ...

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Orell Füssli AG Half-year 2022: positive business development in the first half

Orell Füssli AG / Key word(s): Half-year resultsOrell Füssli AG Half-year 2022: positive business development in the first half 05-august-2022 / 07:00 CET/CESTPublication of an ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53LRThe issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53LR Orell Füssli AG Half-year 2022 Positive business development in the first ...

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US starts legal battle over publishing giants merger

The government and publishing titan Penguin Random House traded opening salvos in a federal antitrust lawsuit on Monday as the United States seeks to stop America’s biggest book publisher from taking over rival Simon & Schuster. The case is a key test of the Biden administration’s antitrust policy. The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit to block the $2.2 billion ...

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‘Writer, Rebel, Soldier, Lover’: Biography of Agyeya by Akshaya Mukul : The Tribune India

Ira Pande This is not a book for the casual reader or those with weak wrists. With notes, references and acknowledgments, it is 800 voluminous and densely written pages. That said, it should be noted that this is the way to approach the biographies of eminent personalities. Mukul, well known for his earlier book on the Gita Press and the ...

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Review: Bloomsbury 35 Review

In September 1986, four well-known publishing professionals in the UK came together to create an independent publishing company which would be dedicated to editorial excellence and originality as well as high standards of production and Design. Five days after announcing his arrival, Bloomsbury was at the Frankfurt Book Fair, even though he didn’t have a single book to present. “The ...

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Tamedia CPO leaves for the Spiegel

Christoph Zimmer, chief product officer at Tamedia AG, a Zurich-based subsidiary of TX Media, will leave the Swiss-based media house after 16 years to become head of product development for German group Spiegel. The appointment will take effect on November 1. As part of a dual management team, Zimmer will lead product and sales and drive the group’s priority payment ...

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How Post-Partition Amritsar Nurtured a Stylish Artist

When I was asked to review Deepti Naval A country called childhood, surprisingly, I found myself saying yes without hesitation. I rarely do reviews and have been a vocal critic of how ‘memoirs’ of dishonest movie types to make a quick million, commissioned by lazy, unimaginative and bedazzled editors, have all but ruined Indian publishing . In the 70s-80s, if ...

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The Metaverse is Changing How We See the Future

It is a 3D virtual space and it allows people to create accounts for free to join the space Metaverse! It’s a buzzword today and we talk about it everywhere around us. But how soon it will take over the World Wide Web and become household conversation remains to be seen. Let’s dive deep into the current applications and intricacies ...

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Stephen King called to testify against Penguin Random House

Two of the world’s Big Five publishing houses are defending their rights to merge, in what the US Department of Justice calls a monopoly takeover. If that doesn’t become ground for a miniseries, I don’t know what will. Filed late last year, the wheels are in motion for the civil lawsuit between the Americas Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division and ...

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Kampu-Mera editions republish Khay’s stories

A short story entitled Widow of Five Husbands – which was written in 1973 by a talented author of Khmer literature who rose to fame in the 1970s and 1980s – was recently reprinted by Kampu-Mera Editions, a publisher whose mission is to preserve the works of Cambodian writers from past eras. The story was written by Chuth Khay, a ...

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Eugenio Scalfari dies; founded the Italian newspaper La Repubblica

Eugenio Scalfari, a former statesman of Italian journalism who helped shape political debate and civic life in Italy for decades as the founder and longtime editor of La Repubblica, one of the leading newspapers of the country, died on July 14 in Rome. He was 98 years old. The cause was not immediately available. Mr. Scalfari’s death was reported by ...

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Candidates Discuss Topics at Town Hall in Fishers • Current Edition

Candidates from the Indiana Democratic and Indiana Libertarian parties joined together for a June 28 town hall meeting at the Hamilton East Public Library in Fishers to discuss Indiana politics issues. The meeting was on the 13e in the series of town halls across Indiana led by Indiana Democrats. Republican candidates were invited but declined the invitation. The conversation was ...

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Alaa Abdel Fattah, the most famous Egyptian dissident

Published on: 07/09/2022 – 22:58Amended: 07/09/2022 – 22:56 Cairo (AFP) – Egyptian dissident Alaa Abdel Fattah, long dubbed the “icon” of the 2011 revolution, has been back and forth in prison for two decades, fighting for the same freedoms under four regimes. The 40-year-old computer programmer and activist, now a British citizen, has been on hunger strike for 100 days, ...

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Publishers are on a blood hunt against the Internet Archive

Today, member companies of the Association of American Publishers (AAP) filed a motion for summary judgment in the copyright infringement lawsuit against the Internet Archive, first filed June 1, 2020 in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Filings Show Illegal Mass Digitization, Public Display, and AI Distribution of Literary Works Are in Direct Violation ...

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The Untold Truth” is a flawless work that shows the horrors faced by children in the foster care system

CENTRALIA, Ill. (PRWEB) July 06, 2022 Jeff Gooding, who was a ward of the state from a young age until graduating from high school, has completed his new book ‘Life as a Foster Child: The Untold Truth’: An Autobiographical Work gripping and powerful that pulls back the curtain and shows readers what forms of atrocities foster children are subjected ...

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The Tale of Two Yachts: Book Review

A Tale of Two Yachts is a compelling tale of two voyages, more than 85 years apart, to New Zealand, says Julia Jones The story of two yachtsBarbara WhiteSelf-Publishing House, £12.99 There is an interesting concept behind this volume. Barbara White and her husband Rob completed a six-year circumnavigation of the globe on their Oyster 406 yacht Zoonia between 2015 ...

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Author Jack Igo’s new book ‘Mjölnir’ tells the harrowing story of a group of elite fighters fighting for the German Army during World War II

WELLS, Maine (PRWEB) June 29, 2022 Jack Igo, who holds a BS in Sociology from UMass Boston, has finished his new book “Mjölnir”: an insightful and gripping story that follows an elite group of World War II fighters who fought for the German army and defeated countless enemies with their immense combat skills. “The Americans had bided their time, ...

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German Booksellers’ Peace Prize: Ukrainian Serhiy Zhadan

The Peace Prize Board commends Serhiy Zhadan for his insight into the wartime conflict and his humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. Serhiy Zhadan, during his April 16 appearance at a Kharkiv bomb shelter launch party for his Ukrainian translation of Adam Mansbach’s 2011 ‘Go the F*ck to Sleep’. Image: Supplied by Vivat Publishing, Serhiy Bobok By Porter Anderson, Editor | @Porter_Anderson ...

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Hunter Biden met with Russian oligarch now wanted for murder

When his father was the world’s second most powerful man, Hunter Biden met in Russia with at least four oligarchs closely linked to Vladimir Putin – including one who is now wanted for murder in the country, The Post has learned. The meeting with Telman Ismailov took place on February 17, 2012 at the Moscow headquarters of AST Group, his ...

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Journalist-turned-scholar Akshaya Mukul on capturing the many nuances of Ageya’s life and times – News

His new book on Hindi literary giant Sachchidanand Hirananda Vatsyayan promises to be a page-turner Published: Thu 23 Jun 2022, 16:49 The loss of journalism is the gain of scholarship. Akshaya Mukul, who has worked for some of the major English dailies in Delhi for more than two decades, made his literary debut as a scholar-researcher with Gita Press and ...

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Persian translations of the latest children’s literature ready for publication

TEHRAN — Prolific Iranian translator Sheida Ranjbar has said her interpretations of many of the latest offerings in world literature are ready for publication. She told Honaronline’s Persian service on Monday that her translation of American author Kim Ventrella’s 2020 book “Hello, Future Me” will be published by Iranban. The book tells the story of eleven-year-old June, a girl who ...

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Czech court upholds fine for kindergarten employee whose company published Holocaust deniers’ so-called ‘Bible’ in Czech translation

The cover of the Czech translation of “The Myth of Six Million”. (2022) The Brno Regional Court in the Czech Republic upheld the fine imposed on Bodyart Press and its CEO, Hedvika Fiksová, for printing a Czech edition of a book by David L. Hoggan, The Six Million Myth, who denies that the Holocaust ever took place, and for broadcasting ...

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‘The Greatest Flip Ever’: A billionaire paid $94 million for a Florida mansion last year. He just returned it to…

Jim Clark is a Silicon Valley legend. In 1982, while working a day job as a professor at Stanford’s graduate school, Jim and a few of his students founded Silicon Graphics Inc. (SGI) > In the early 1990s, SGI was the leading producer of visual effects and 3-D imagery for Hollywood films and the tech world. At its peak in ...

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James Patterson apologizes for saying white writers face a ‘form of racism’

James Patterson, the prolific author of thrillers and other bestselling books, apologized on Tuesday after saying in an interview that older white writers face “just another form of racism” that keeps them from finding work. The comments by Mr Patterson, who is widely regarded as one of the most commercially successful writers of decades, drew immediate backlash after they were ...

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Vibrant’s Microeconomics Essentials is a deep dive into the world of microeconomics

Vibrant Publishers’ Microeconomics Essentials, a self-learning management guide that explains the fundamentals of microeconomics Logo of Vibrant Publishers, a book with rays of light unfolding inside Take a look at other books related to Microeconomics Essentials. The Essential Microeconomics You Always Wanted to Know explores the frontiers of the field of microeconomics BROOMFIELD, CO, USA, June 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — ...

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Meet Muhammad Alnaas, the first Libyan to win the International Prize for Arabic Fiction

Dubai: Hailing from a Libyan village, 31-year-old novelist Muhammad Alnaas, whose novel “Bread at Uncle Milad’s Table” won the International Prize for Arabic Fiction, known as the Arabic Booker Prize , is committed to addressing the most complex issues concerning men and women, and the relationship between masculinity and femininity. He is the youngest writer to win the prize and ...

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China offers $15,000 cash – or ‘spiritual reward’ – for national security information

China is offering its citizens cash rewards for information on people who endanger national security, as authorities step up a years-long campaign to root out what they see as growing threats from foreign espionage and “hostile forces”. (Zhang Peng, LightRocket, Getty Images) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes ATLANTA — China is offering its citizens cash rewards of up to 100,000 ...

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Sophie Freud, granddaughter of Sigmund Freud, dies at 97

Placeholder while loading article actions Sophie Freud, who emerged from the crucible of her youth, marked by Nazi persecution in Europe and lingering family discord, to become a teacher, social worker and writer who repudiated many tenets of her grandfather Sigmund’s psychoanalytic theory, died June 3 at home. in Lincoln, Mass. She was 97 years old. The cause was pancreatic ...

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Booker Prize for Geetanjali Shree may be a big moment for Hindi literature, but not enough for Indian translations

Much of the euphoria over Geetanjali Shree’s International Booker Prize win has to do with the fact that a translation work, particularly of a language like Hindi, received £50,000 in prize money, an astronomical sum . It’s a great time for Hindi literature, but it won’t do much for literary translations in India, which are struggling with a severe lack ...

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Catherine Mullins-Beaver’s new book ‘God of My Storms’ is a spiritual story reminding believers that when they open their hearts to God, He will show them love

The recent publication “God of My Storms” by Covenant Books author Catherine Mullins-Beaver is a faith-based story sharing God’s love for His people. Even in times of darkness and difficulty, if those who have faith open their hearts, God’s love will come to them. WICHITA, Kansas – June 2, 2022 – (Newswire.com) Catherine Mullins-Beaver, a Texas native and founder of ...

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Myanmar revokes publishing license to sell Rohingya book

Around 900,000 Rohingya currently live in refugee camps in Bangladesh. Yangon: Myanmar’s junta has revoked the license of a publishing house for selling a popular foreign book about the army’s brutal crackdown on the Rohingya minority, state media said on Tuesday. Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fled Buddhist-majority Myanmar during a military crackdown in 2017, bringing with them harrowing reports ...

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Art historian dies at 98 – ARTnews.com

Samella Lewis, artist, curator and historian whose writings shaped the history of African-American art, has died at age 98. She died on Friday, according to the Museum of African American Art in Los Angeles, founded by Lewis. In his art and writing, Lewis sought to preserve aspects of the African-American experience that had been largely ignored by the larger institutions ...

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Burlington chef finds recipe for success as children’s book author

Executive Chef Matteo Paonessa recently whipped up something a little different but delicious in his spare time. After a decade working in some of Toronto’s finest kitchens, 13 years as chef/owner of Burlington’s Blacktree Restaurant and three years now as Senior Chef at Spencer’s at the Waterfront, Paonessa has turned her artistic hand to the ‘writing. The first in his ...

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More than 1,200 literature evangelists recommit to mission

After being locked down for more than two years, the Southern Asia-Pacific Division (SSD) Publishing Ministries Department, in partnership with the Philippine Publishing House, recently hosted its 12th National Evangelicals Convention. of literature. With the theme “I am a messenger, I will go!” Literature evangelists from across the Philippine archipelago reviewed the reason for their calling: to share the blessed ...

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A Ukrainian publishing house makes books to survive | Books | DW

Kharkiv — the name of Ukraine’s second largest city has often made headlines over the past three months. Here, in the area near the Russian border, the first Russian bombs fell on the night of February 24. In the weeks that followed, the city was systematically bombed. According to various estimates, a third to a half of the inhabitants of ...

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Emirates News Agency – First International Congress of Arabic Publishing and Creative Industries explores the latest trends in the publishing industry

ABU DHABI, 22nd May, 2022 (WAM) — The first edition of the International Arab Publishing and Creative Industries Congress was launched today as part of the 31st Abu Dhabi International Book Fair (ADIBF 2022) at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC). Organized by the Arabic Language Center Abu Dhabi (ALC), part of the Department of Culture and Tourism – ...

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Ian McEwan teaches some ‘lessons’

The 18th novel by Ian McEwan, Course (Knopf, Sept.), crosses a wide swath through history, from postwar to pandemic, with the story told through the experiences of one man. McEwan – whose work has been controversial, critically acclaimed, made bestseller lists, has been adapted for film and received numerous awards including the 1998 Booker—written with passion, humor and insight in ...

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Unbound Gravel Course 2022 | Cycling news

Image 1 of 3 Unbound Gravel 200 is famous for its “primitive” routes in the Flint Hills of Kansas (Image credit: Lifetime) Image 2 of 3 Roadmap for 2022 Unbound Gravel 200 (Image credit: Lifetime) Image 3 of 3 Altitude profile for 2022 (Image credit: Lifetime) The Garmin Unbound Gravel presented by Craft returns on June 4 with its flagship ...

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NEW CRIME NOVEL SPRINGS THRILLER FICTION WITH SOCIO-CULTURAL THEMES

Cover design by Tatiana Vila The new crime novel by award-winning detective novelist Lisa Towles connects crime fiction with contemporary themes of mental health awareness and public safety. A fast-paced and psychologically astute thriller. — Prairie book review OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, USA, May 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — “A fast-paced, psychologically shrewd thriller.” – Prairie book review Award-winning Bay Area novelist Lisa ...

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French cookbook published to celebrate Scottish cuisine

But now French foodies can recreate Scottish cuisine at home after a pair of French women living in Edinburgh published a Scottish cookbook. Scotlandwhich covers 60 recipes written in French, from Cranachan (“Raspberry verrine”) to Soupe Cock-a-leekie (“Chicken and prune broth”), is now sold throughout France after being published by a major house of French edition. Register to our daily ...

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Putin’s Russia Has One Goal: To Make Sure Ukraine Doesn’t Exist

How can Ukraine “talk” to Russia when Putin’s goal seems to be to make sure Ukraine doesn’t exist? Imagine it’s 1944 in Europe, and an Allied leader says this: “We’ll have a peace to build tomorrow, let’s never forget that…. We will have to do this with Jews and Germans around the table. The end of the discussion and the ...

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Guide to the Tour de France Tour de France 2022 on sale now!

Image 1 of 5 Tour magazine is on sale now (Image credit: future) Image 2 of 5 The magazine offers comprehensive scene guides (Image credit: future) Image 3 of 5 There are also team and bike previews (Image credit: future) Image 4 of 5 Tour magazine has everything you need to know about the 2022 race (Image credit: future) Image ...

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That signature sound of some of music’s greatest hits? Made in Canada

You know what they say: Behind every chart-topping hitmaker – Drake, The Weeknd, Rihanna or Ariana Grande – is a Canadian record producer. At least that’s how it feels ahead of the 2022 Juno Awards, where Canadian talents like Scarborough’s WondaGurl are up for Producer of the Year, and Toronto’s Mustafa is nominated twice for his album. When the smoke ...

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By writing stories for children, Minh Lê found a way to “accept and embrace” her own lived experiences.

Author of children’s books Minh Le was an extremely shy child who loved to read. On family outings to the public library, he and his sisters would check stacks of books taller than them. Although storybooks could be found throughout their house, bedtime meant a different kind of storytime. “My parents would often put the books aside and tell us ...

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Thomas Sullivan’s New ‘Dad’s House’ is a Heartfelt Story of How Homelessness Has Affected Many Women’s Lives

MEADVILLE, PA (PRWEB) May 06, 2022 “Daddy’s House”: a moving short story that packs an emotional punch. “Dad’s House” is the creation of published author Thomas Sullivan, a loving husband and Florida resident with a background in mental health and addiction. Sullivan shares, “Our homeless population presents an opportunity and a challenge for faith groups, nonprofits, and government to ...

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The best books released this week

“These are wonderfully unpredictable stories, rooted in the tongue-in-cheek prose of Fernando A. Flores and his sure navigation through those overlapping territories, the real and the fantastic, where so much of the best contemporary fiction lives today. .” ―Kelly Link, author of To have troubles Psychedelic and dazzling stories set in the cracks of the Texas-Mexico border, from an iconoclastic ...

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Julia characters, ranked by likeability

Julia Child, arguably one of the most famous chefs in TV history, finally got her biopic with Julia, the new series airing on HBO Max. Starring Sarah Lancashire in the title role, the series is an in-depth look at the events that led to Child becoming a sensation on public television. RELATED: 10 Best Anime Movies On HBO Max, According ...

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English translation of Sahitya Akademi winner ‘Rohzin’ to be released next month

The English translation of the Sahitya Akademi Award-winning Urdu novel “Rohzin” will hit newsstands on May 16, publishing house Penguin Random House India (PRHI) announced on Monday. The book, translated into English by Sabika Abbas Naqvi, has already been translated into German and Hindi. It is written by contemporary Indian novelist Rahman Abbas. the novels The protagonist, Asrar, comes to ...

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La Grange Village Council Commemorates 50th Anniversary of La Grange Area Historical Society – Chicago Tribune

La Grange Village Council celebrated the 50th anniversary of the La Grange Area Historical Society on Monday evening with a proclamation in recognition of its service to the community. “The Historical Society has been a great asset to the village and a true gem to the community,” Village President Mark Kuchler said after the proclamation was read by Village Clerk ...

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Publishing investment-grade ESG data more likely to attract investment, survey finds

Companies that collect, use and disclose ‘ESG “Investment Grade” data “can expect to be rewarded” on several fronts, according to a recent survey. Benchmark ESG collected the opinions of 770 investment decision-makers on the challenges and opportunities associated with ESG investing and find that there is a significant advantage for companies that collect and offer genuinely useful ESG data – ...

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Jim Ruland writes a fast and furious epic

You would expect a book with a title like “Corporate Rock Sucks: The Rise & Fall of SST Records” to start with a bang. A comprehensive and extensively researched tome from SST Records – the Southern California punk label that beat legendary bands such as Black Flag, Hüsker Dü and Minutemen, among many others – it would have been very ...

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JULIE BINDEL: What book fantasizing about Rowling’s death teaches us about publishers

I suspect most of you will be unfamiliar with the work of self-proclaimed “horror writer” and trans woman Gretchen Felker-Martin. Lately a little-known film and culture writer, Felker-Martin’s name achieved wider circulation this week after the recent release of a debut novel – but not, it must be said, for the quality of the writing. . Titled Manhunt, the book ...

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Lawyers for Chelsea Green and Elizabeth Warren set out their case in First Amendment lawsuit

Chelsea Green co-founded Margo Baldwin at White River Junction’s publishing office in 2014. File photo by Andrew Nemethy Lawyers argued Wednesday over whether a 1963 Supreme Court case involving Rhode Island booksellers had any relevance to a White River Junction book publisher’s lawsuit against U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. The hearing in the Western Washington District Court in Seattle was ...

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Bloomsbury India partners with specialty coffee retailer to launch ‘Blue Tokai Library’

In a bid to showcase the best of Indian authors and their literature to coffee lovers across India, publishing house Bloomsbury India teamed up with specialty coffee retailer Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters on Monday for the launch from the Blue Tokai Library. The initiative, which brings together the classic combination of books and coffee, will first be launched at cafes ...

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Children’s books | Columnists | kpcnews.com

Bookstores now only sell certain types of children’s books. “Go to Barnes & Noble,” Bethany Mandel says in my new video, “and you’ll come across a wall of biographies. Probably 27 different books on former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Awesome. A ton on Kamala Harris. Awesome.” But where are the biographies on the curators? There were none. She ...

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Integral Publishers publishes ‘Astrologer of Karabakh’ translated into Romanian – Asbarez.com

Cover of “The astrologer Karabakh” Integral Publishers BUCHAREST, Romania—Integral Publishers, a Romania-based publishing house, announced the release of “Astrologul din Karabakh” (“Astrolog of Karabakh”) in partnership with the Armenian Cultural Foundation. Written in 1834 by P. Zubov Plato (1796-1857), an early 19th century Russian novelist, “The Karabakh Astrologer” is a fascinating historical novel. Wrapped in a passionate love story, it ...

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Pamplin Media Group – Road for ‘Toad’ leads to book deal for late Katherine Dunn

The Portland writer wrote a book in the 1970s, but it was rejected; a series of events led to its pending publication. Eli Dapolonia remembers that day well, in the late 1970s. Mom opened the letter, read it, and burst into tears. For a child not even 10 years old, it was a bit upsetting. His mother, Katherine Dunn, who ...

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Autographed Score of Donizetti’s LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR Arrives at the MET for New Production

Lucia di Lammermoor is undoubtedly, with L’elisir d’amore, Gaetano Donizetti’s most famous opera and the most performed in the world. Thanks to a donation from the Perolari family in 1985, the city of Bergamo was able to acquire the autograph score of this opera, premiered at the San Carlo Theater in Naples in 1835. The score is kept at the ...

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It Must Be Nice: A new picture book delves into the world of human emotions

Partly inspired by Ričards’ interest in psychology, It Must Be Nice stems from his Erasmus+ studies. During his studies in Portugal, he collaborated with the publishing house Stolen books to create an illustrated book that details the 27 emotions that scientists have identified in human beings. To bring these feelings to life, Ričards interviewed 27 people from around the world ...

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How Partition Migrants Made Daryaganj a Hub for Hindi Publishers

When Amarnath Varma, 87, and his family decided to leave Multan following partition, the most valuable possessions they transferred to Delhi beforehand were thousands of books that lined their bookstore. Varma’s grandfather had started a book business, selling titles in Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi. As they struggled to rebuild their uprooted lives in Paharganj in Delhi, the family managed to ...

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Shortage of avenues for autistic artists

Building inclusivity among people with autism is the need of the hour. And what better way to do that than through art, believe industry experts. In anticipation of World Autism Day on April 2, Metrolife interacted with neurodiverse artists and institutions in the city, to understand how art is used to encourage artists with different abilities. Last month, Sravani Ramachandran ...

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Thomas Griffin Rake • Current Publications

Thomas Griffin Rake, 68, of Zionsville passed away surrounded by his family on March 29, 2022, after a long illness. He was born on September 14, 1953 to Paul Frederick and Elizabeth Rake in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His parents preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Theresa (“Terry”) Titus Rake; his daughters Sarah Alexandra (Kole) ...

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mahadevi: Trust set up by Mahadevi Verma to seek funds to realize his dreams | Allahabad News

PRIYAGRAJ: As the city and country paid rich tributes to celebrated author and one of the Four Pillars of Chhayavad, Mahadevi Verma, on his 115th birthday on Saturday, TOI discovered that his dream of having a fully-fledged library and publishing house for Hindi literature and work still remains unfulfilled. It was in 1985 when one of the four pillars of ...

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The Growing Gig Economy and Its Future Prospects

Let’s understand more about the gig economy in India and the major catalysts responsible for this growth trajectory With all its benefits, Gig Economy is creating a buzz in the industry, especially in the post-pandemic job crisis scenario in India. According to reports, the freelance community in India is expected to grow by $20-30 billion by 2025. It is also ...

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SIU PTA treasurer stole $185,000 from group of parents, prosecutors say

UPPER EAST SIDE — The treasurer of a public parent-teacher group stole $185,000 from the association to fund luxury trips to Bermuda and designer items from Fendi, prosecutors allege. Marc Haynes, former co-treasurer of the Parent Teacher Association of PS 267, was charged in Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday with robbery, District Attorney Alvin Bragg said. “Haynes is accused of ...

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League of Legends novel “Ruination” announced by Orbit

A full novel set in the world of League of Legends, titled ‘Ruination’, has been announced in an Orbit Books Press release Monday. The novel is slated for release in September 2022 and is written by Riot Games lead writer Anthony Reynolds. According to the release, the novel will center on Kalista, King Viego’s military general and a playable champion ...

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White House ‘appalled’ by Axios article on Ukraine

The White House spent much of Friday frustrated with a Axios report which she said was based on a fabricated letter allegedly written by Ukraine’s top national security official. The Axios story, written by journalist Zachary Basu, said Oleksiy Danilov asked the United States earlier this month “to go beyond traditional military aid and provide the country with the funding, ...

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“The report provides an abstract and quantitative review of Global children’s publishing market . The examination is based on the division of the children’s publishing market which focuses on monetary and non-monetary factors having an impact on the improvement of the children’s publishing market. The report joins a real scene that concludes the market position in the focal parts, including ...

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Voice of opinion: Former Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi talks about productivity at JLF

We write about some of the interesting sessions that took place over the week at JLF 2022. The Jaipur Literature Festival 2022 is unfolding in a hybrid avatar and with new enthusiasm as the Literature Festival marks a return to the field after the pandemic. As speakers sit down to discuss various issues and share their journeys, we write about ...

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Diversity in publishing: who can tell which stories? | Arts

When Toni Morrison left Random House in 1983, their black fatherhood dropped by 99.2%. Even when Morrison was actively working in publishing, only 3.3% of books published by Random House were written by black authors. This, of course, should not devalue Morrison’s commitment to publishing black voices. While Random House’s first black editor, Morrison frequently published radical and militant works ...

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Better Homes & Gardens announces the winners of the 2022 Clean House Awards

NEW YORK, March 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Dotdash Meredith’s Better Homes & Gardens today announced the winners of the second annual competition Clean house price, featuring 42 innovative cleaners and tools that are easier to use, more powerful, and most importantly, safer for your family and the planet. The Better Homes & Gardens 2022 Clean House Awards are presented in ...

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In Search of a Disappearing Home: Book Review “Sambac Under Improbable Skies” by Heba Hayek

Heba Hayek’s first job Sambac under improbable skies, published by Hajar Press in the UK, is a searing work about growing up in war-torn Palestine. Heba’s narrator, who is now studying abroad, reminisces about what home really is, when one is so far from the land where one was born, and what it means to miss the home that no ...

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Jaime Sánchez’s new book “Los Guerreros del Altiplano” is a brilliant epic that ventures into a great war for a gladiator stone and the battles that come with it

Jaime Sánchez shares, “At the time of an Excan Tlahltoloyan invasion in Cholula, Quetzalcóatl and Tezcatlipoca engage in violent warfare arguing in the gladiatorial stone, the love of the goddess Victoria, which manifests as the emissary and harbinger of the destruction of the fifth sun. Rituals and sacrifices, flowery warfare and tzompantli, love blossoms and dies. The story is completed ...

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‘Minx’ on HBO Max Review

There’s a famous saying that it’s hard to define the difference between art and pornography, but you know it when you see it. Likewise, it’s hard to explain what makes some sitcoms tick right off the bat and what bogs others down in their own mess, but HBO Max’s new comedy Naughty works. Naughty follows ambitious 1970s feminist Joyce (Ophelia ...

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I Have a Dream” is a comforting read that aims to bring healing to those who are troubled

TIMPSON, TX (PRWEB) February 28, 2022 George Grace, a man who admires Jesus, has finished his new book “Part Two of the One-Act Play: I Have a Dream”: a very motivational prose that aims to cure all types of diseases. It is the author’s desire that the publication of his book bring his readers closer to the light that ...

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The charm of the books continues to seduce readers

Muscat – William Shakespeare, Arthur Conan Doyle, Jane Austen and Paulo Coelho are just a few of the many writers whose Arabic translations proved favorites among book lovers at the 26th edition of the Muscat International Book Fair which s is open on Thursday at the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre. Until March 5, the book fair should attract thousands ...

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Sony Music Publishing announces partnership with Vertical Rights

Vertical Rights is a publishing house founded by Christian Wåhlberg, Jamie Binn and Jan Carl Adelswärd, also owners of Lateral Management. Lateral represents renowned artists including Labrinth, Paloma Faith, Real Like You and more. Vertical and Lateral are closely linked and constitute a strong network of artists, songwriters and producers on an international scale. Vertical represents prolific songwriters such as ...

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In $2.8 billion deal, Houghton Mifflin returns to private equity ownership

Famed Boston textbook publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt is turning the page on a nearly nine-year chapter as a public company with a $2.8 billion deal to be acquired by the private equity firm New York company Veritas Capital. It’s a familiar story for Houghton Mifflin, who previously bounced between public and private ownership. Tuesday’s announced transaction price of $21 per ...

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TDE’s Punch Talks Kendrick Lamar’s Imminent Label Exit

Kendrick Lamar announced last August that his next studio album would be his last with Top Dawg Entertainment, ending a nearly two-decade partnership. His post comes months after Kendrick introduced his new company pgLang, co-founded with former TDE chairman Dave Free. Given Kendrick’s impending departure from the label, TDE president Punch spoke with Mic, and reflected on the time they ...

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George Bowers Sr.: Our local version of Oak Island | Everyday

Last year I had the privilege of acquiring another local history book called “Welcome to Fort Valley”, by Jeanette Ritenour, James Trott and Margaret Trott. This 600-page volume is packed with anecdotes, photos and information about the valley within a valley. Even though I have only just started reading it, what I have already found is enough for me to ...

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Why is Eileen Gu skiing for China?

The American ski star has been candid about her thought process and upcoming plans as she prepares for a potentially record-breaking end to the Olympics. BEIJING, China — Another Olympic gold medal is hers. Eileen Gu has bigger goals than that. The 18-year-old freeskiing star, who is as easy to spot on magazine covers as she is on the ski ...

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Cannabis growers focusing on branding and online presence

It’s 2019 and a new cannabis strain has just hit a dispensary shelf in hopes of sparking customer interest. At least that’s how Tim Cullen, founder of the Colorado Harvest Company dispensary chain, remembers it before the cannabis retail experience went online. Paying for pot online is still illegal in Colorado, but pre-orders are allowed if payment is made at ...

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S. Cosgriff’s new book “Utopia and the Cure” is about an alien civilization in trouble and the utopians face extinction and must make plans to find a new planet

NEW YORK (WEB PR) February 14, 2022 S. Cosgriff, a new author, has completed her new book “Utopia and the Cure”: a gripping tale that details how Utopia was where it all began and there were no wars, no jealousies, no of greed and no breaking the law. Everyone had their own job, whether it was lawn care, painting, ...

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Digital trade will give big boost to economic empowerment: Dr Ashwath

From our special correspondent Daijiworld Media Network Bangalore, February 12: Digital trade and its reach would give a big boost to economic empowerment and enable trade within and with other countries, Dr. CN Ashwath Narayan, Minister of Higher Education and Education, said on Saturday. IT/BT and Skills Development. Inaugurating the Job Mela organized at the PDA College ...

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BC teenager publishes children’s book about gender identity – 100 Mile House Free Press

Sydney Sunderland, 18, didn’t set out to be a published author when she took on her Capstone project last year, but here we are. Mark R. Isfeld graduate and freshman at Thompson Rivers University has written and illustrated a children’s book, titled I’m everything in between. The book hits the market next month. “We had to do a capstone project ...

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Yoko’s new book “Reflections” is a heartbreaking story of two sisters as they manage to get out of their predicament.

NEW YORK (WEB PR) February 09, 2022 Yoko, an up-and-coming author from Texas, has completed her new book “Reflections”: a gripping trilogy about life and its unforeseen circumstances. It tells the story of Ta’jai and Taé and the series of miseries that made them tougher. Their journey is sure to have readers crying, laughing, angry and frustrated with them. ...

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Global Planner Market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of key players and new industries entering the market are studied in detail. A well-explained SWOT analysis, revenue share and contact ...

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Lance Bass Produces ‘Matzah Ball’ Movie Adaptation – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Sugar23 has optioned the rights to author Jean Meltzer’s debut novel, The Matzah Ball, with plans to develop as a feature film. Sugar23 will produce with Lance Bass Productions, Brett Gursky and Ben Savage. Michael Sugar, Ashley Zalta and Bass of Sugar 23 will serve as producers. Meltzer, Gursky, Drew Pokorny of Lance Bass Productions, Savage and Jillian Kay ...

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