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#BookReview: Leaving The Pieces Behind by R.M. Demeester

Blurb: Serenity Rupert, a former foster child, is struggling to keep it together with no money and a life in shambles. With no family to turn to, she’s desperate to find a job to pay rent. When things seem to … Continue reading

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#BookReview: Apostle Unbound, by Richard Godwin

Welcome to The Theatre Of Dreams. ★★★★★ Apostle Unbound, by Richard Godwin, is a gripping crime suspense thriller, exactly as the book’s subtitle proclaims it to be. I am in full agreement with that. I would also accept the book … Continue reading

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Does It Pay to Be a Writer?

By Concepción de León, Jan. 5, 2019 New York Times Writing has never been a lucrative career choice, but a recent study by the Authors Guild, a professional organization for book writers, shows that it may not even be a … Continue reading

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Breaking From Tradition To Create A Culture Of Reading

Breaking From Tradition To Create A Culture Of Reading POSTED ON JANUARY 13, 2019 by Gary Armida Source: The Teaacher And The Admin Last June, I had the good fortune to address the senior members of our school’s National Honor … Continue reading

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Emily & David’s Quest: A Saga of the Ancient Family Trilogy

╚► https://buff.ly/2FeYjsP What is a quest? Let´s define some key terms: Quest — literature based on a journey, a road of trials in which a hero hears a call and leaves his home—alone or in the company of others—to search … Continue reading

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German Students Protest ‘Unfair’ English Exam

BERLIN — Complaining that your final school exams are too tough is a rite of passage — almost a tradition. But German students in the southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg who hunkered down in April to take pivotal final secondary-school exams … Continue reading

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The Chilean National English Test: The Years 2001 – 2014

Bienvenido. Welcome to educational testing in Chile. The object of this book is to present as clear an account as possible of the historical development of educational testing in Chile with regards to the Chilean National English Test(s): 2001 – … Continue reading

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#BenedictDonald: A Comparative Analysis Of Benedict Arnold, Donald #Trump, And #Treason

With the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the USA, America once again is forced to realize that the real threat to its liberties has always come, not from its foreign enemies, but from its enemies within. … Continue reading

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YOU PAY NOTHING! $0.00! #FREEBIE #FREE ALL DAY! 21 Author Interviews: Success Strategies, Advice, And Tips

What is it like to be an indie author, to write, to publish, and to promote your own book? Is it worth the time, the effort, the sacrifice, to become an indie author? All twenty one authors in this book … Continue reading

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5-Star #BookReview: Murder At The Fourth by Duncan Whitehead

Synopsis: Retired Miami Detective, Jenny Pickett, is loving life in the small Montana town of Forest Pines. That is until local businessman, Donald Sands, is found murdered on the local golf course. Young and inexperienced Sheriff, Steve Calder, needs help and … Continue reading

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