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Second Language Acquisition: Language, Culture & Identity, For Practical Use by English Language Learners Worldwide ELL / ESL / EAL / EFL

(Paperback) “Written for new teachers, experienced teachers, parents of English Language Learners worldwide, and students from all disciplines with a need to know how students learn English in actual day to day practice. This book provides an actionable answer to … Continue reading

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The Sound of Waves by Yukio Mishima: IB Language and Literature Works In Translation

by Jessica Schneider, Blogcritics.org Source: Seattlepi.com Before this point, I was beginning to think that Yukio Mishima was only capable of one type of novel — that is, the angsty, pissed off, young male protagonist in search of self-destruction. In fact, … Continue reading

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Isabel Wilkerson, author of Caste: “Like the cast on a broken arm, like the cast in a play, a caste system assigns everyone to a fixed place”

One of the big books of 2020 was Isabel Wilkerson’s Caste. It was an instant best seller, and the reviews were universally outstanding. The Amazon editors selected Caste as a Best Book of the Month and a Best Book of … Continue reading

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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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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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Rum, Cigars, and Corpses, by Jerold Last #MondayBlogs #BookReview

Blurb: Roger and Suzanne have to solve a cold, but still hazardous, case in a hot climate. Roger’s newest client was fired after leading a disastrous tour to Cuba during which a tourist died in a devastating accident. Our detective … Continue reading

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#Author #Interview: Spotlight on Best-Selling Author Cindee P. Willow #MondayBlogs

Thomas Jerome Baker: This afternoon, best-selling author Cindee Pruitt Willow has stopped by for a chat with us. Cindee, welcome to my blog. Cindee Pruitt Willow: Thank you for the invitation Thomas. TJB: Cindee, please tell my readers about yourself … Continue reading

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#BookReview: The Gordonston Ladies Dog Walking Club, by Duncan Whitehead #MondayBlogs

Blurb: Little is what it seems to be in a leafy Savannah neighborhood as members of an afternoon cocktail and dog walking club mourn a neighbor’s death. Jealousies surface when friends vie for the widower running for mayor. An old … Continue reading

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#AuthorInterview: “Nebulous” Author Joseph Schweichler #MondayBlogs #ASMSG

Thomas: Today I’m pleased to welcome Joseph Schweichler to my blog. Thank you for accepting my invitation Joseph. Joseph: Thank you for the invitation Thomas. TJB: Joseph, please tell us about yourself and your books. JS: Well, I am a … Continue reading

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#BookReview: Hot Mess by #Debut Author Madeline Antonia Rosenberg, Editor Sylvia Z. Weinberger

Blurb: Anna McCormick seems like a cliché from her basic coffee orders to her relentless drama; however she is more than meets the eye. Join the journey of Anna and Trevor Sullivan through the laughs, tears and heartbreak. Meet the … Continue reading

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