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Phoenix Rising: A novel of Anne Boleyn by Hunter S. Jones #BookReview #AuthorInterview #ASMSG

Blurb: The last hour of Anne Boleyn’s life… Court intrigue, revenge and all the secrets of the last hour are revealed as one queen falls and another rises to take her place on destiny’s stage. A young Anne Boleyn arrives … Continue reading

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Doctrine of Discovery: The #Catholic Church, the #Slave Trade, and European Colonialism #BlackHistoryMonth

Pope Nicholas V, who reigned from 6 March 1447 until his death in 1455. Born Tommaso Parentucelli, Nicholas was made a cardinal for his diplomatic efforts by Pope Eugene IV. He was a patron of the humanist movement and promoted … Continue reading

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#FREE #Kindle Price $0.00 #BookReview: Rise To Power (The David Chronicles Book 1) by Uvi Poznansky

Here is the story of David as you have never heard it before: from the king himself, telling the unofficial version, the one he never allowed his court scribes to recount. In his mind, history is written to praise the … Continue reading

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All Teachers Can Lead: Why Few Do & Most Don’t

Why would a teacher want to be an educational leader? If you are considering becoming a teacher leader, you must have lost your mind. Yes, it’s true that all teachers can lead. That’s easy, if you are willing to work … Continue reading

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King George VI to His People: The King’s (Real) Speech

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of watching the movie, “The King’s Speech”. As a teacher of English, watching it, almost made me cry. If I had been alone, maybe I would have. Cried. Cried real tears of pity, tears of … Continue reading

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The Wedding Singer: Would You Let This Woman Sing At Your Wedding?

Sweeter than heaven, hotter than hell. Sounds like something I’d say to my wife, Gaby, since both comments describe her perfectly. But come on, as a wedding song? I mean for seduction, anticipation of pending passion, perfect – but as … Continue reading

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Change The World – Just An Empty Phrase? Let’s Change The World!

How many times have you read or heard the phrase, “Change the World”? A thousand? A hundred-thousand? A million? A billion? Have we used it so much, over and over again, that there is no common understanding anymore of what … Continue reading

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