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It’s A Book Thing Presents: An Interview With John Dedakis, Author Of Enemies Domestic &Raquo; John Dedakis Enemies Domestic Final Cover 7 15 24

It’s A Book Thing Presents: An Interview with John DeDakis, author of Enemies Domestic

Author’s Bio: Award-winning novelist John DeDakis is a former editor on CNN’s “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.” DeDakis is the author of six novels in the Lark Chadwick mystery-suspense-thriller series. In his most recent novel, Enemies Domestic, Lark is a White House press secretary forced to make her extremely personal abort-or-not-to-abort decision in a […]

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It’s A Book Thing Presents: An Interview With Linda Murphy Marshall, Author Of Ivy Lodge: A Memoir Of Translation And Discovery &Raquo; Linda Marshall Ivy Lodge 6 29 24

It’s A Book Thing Presents: An Interview with Linda Murphy Marshall, author of Ivy Lodge: A Memoir of Translation and Discovery

Author’s Bio: Linda Murphy Marshall has a Ph.D. in Hispanic Languages and Literature and an MFA in Creative Writing. Her memoir, Ivy Lodge: A Memoir of Translation and Discovery received a starred review from Kirkus. She is an Associate for the National Museum of Language and a docent at the Library of Congress in Washington, […]

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A Review Of Tempting Fate By Z.l. Arkadie &Raquo; Tempting Fate By Z.l. Arkadie 6 9 24

A Review of Tempting Fate by Z.L. Arkadie

This is the second Z.L. Arkadie contemporary romance I’ve read, this time with an interesting trope (enemies to lovers). For starters, the book is divided into three parts: 1 – High School Crush, 2 – A University Night and 3 – The Plan. This provides context of the longstanding family feud between the Groves and […]

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It’s A Book Thing Presents: An Interview With Elizabeth (Libby) Smith, Author Of The Coin Flip &Raquo; Coin Flip 2560X1600 Hires Cover 6 3 24

It’s A Book Thing Presents: An Interview with Elizabeth (Libby) Smith, author of The Coin Flip

Author’s Bio: Elizabeth Smith, who goes by Libby, lives in Parkville, Maryland with her husband Dennis. Her previous book, Twin Strokes, is about a young girl who suffered with a rare illness called Guillain-Barre Syndrome.   Smith, who enjoys writing children’s stories, senior jokes, articles and essays, has three children and two grandchildren. Her hobbies include, reading, writing, baking, walking, swimming, and […]

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&Raquo; Supplemental Needs By Ginny Cover 5 6 24

Author’s Bio: Virginia (Ginnie) Isaacs Cover grew up in Minnesota. She holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan and has worked throughout her career with children and adults with complex medical conditions and developmental disabilities. She is an advocate for those with disabilities and their families, and published a widely read […]

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How To Talk To Protect Your Child By Julie Federico &Raquo; Julie Federico Some Parts Are Not For Sharing 4 29 24

How to Talk to Protect Your Child by Julie Federico

April is child abuse prevention month the month set aside to try and end child abuse.  Parents have many responsibilities when educating their children about life. One of the most important conversations to have with your child is a conversation about body safety. What is body safety you ask? Body safety is teaching your children […]

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National Poetry Month’s Feature Poet Ruth Ticktin &Raquo; Ruth Ticktin Headshot 4 25 24

National Poetry Month’s Feature Poet Ruth Ticktin

Poet’s Bio:  Ruth Ticktin coordinated international programs, advised and taught English in Washington, DC and Maryland since 1977. From Madison and Chicago, graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Ruth writes poetry and fiction. Always sharing stories, she is an author: Was, Am, Going; Recollections in Poetry & Flash (New Bay Books, 2022.) co-editor: Psalms for […]

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