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  • 'Go Tell it on the Mountain'
    The hidden theme of feminism in 'Go Tell it on the Mountain'
    Although James Baldwin’s classic work, ‘Go Tell it on the Mountain,’ focuses mainly on sin and its consequences, it also presents the notion of feminism by eliciting sympathy for female characters and by demonizing male...
  • 'The Anticancer Diet' by David Khayat, MD
    Book review: 'The Anticancer Diet' by David Khayat MD
    Nowadays there are numerous books out there for people who want to eat healthy to the point of reducing their cancer risk. One of those books was published earlier this year and offers recommendations on how people can improve their health and at...
  • Author and public relations expert Raleigh Pinskey
    Raleigh Pinskey speaks to SSWW on the importance of author platform
    Best-selling author and public relations expert Raleigh Pinskey will speak to the Scottsdale Society of Women Writers Wednesday, July 29, at the regular monthly meeting held 5:30–7:30 p.m. at Chaparral Suites Resort, 5001 N. Scottsdale Road...
  • Confessions of a Hollywood Nobody
    The Confessions of a Hollywood Nobody
    Do you have any idea what’s it like to be a contestant on a TV game show? Can you really find love on a reality dating show? What is the glamorous life of a TV extra really like? Well, if you don’t know the answers to any of these...
  • Book Review: "The Rose Garden" by Susanna Kearsley
    Book Review: "The Rose Garden" by Susanna Kearsley
    Is time travel possible? Many great minds of the world do not believe so, but Eva Ward would beg to differ. Why is it when she returns to her childhood summer retreat of Trelowarth House in Cornwall, England she finds herself slipping back and...
  • Big Trouble in Little China #12
    A hilarious twist puts 'Big Trouble in Little China #12' above comics this week
    For a very long time, comedy comics were akin to poison in the modern comic book market. Often looked at with scorn or ignorance in years past, they have made a major combat within the past decade at a variety of publishers. While good comedy can...
  • Aspiring writer wows with new science fiction novel
    A mindful conversation with Dave Cravens
    As the twenty-first century progresses, so does the need for everyone’s need for his or her own voice to be heard. With the expansion of social media and self-publishing being at an all-time high, these voices are becoming a bit overwhelming...
  • The New Digital Urban Movie Channel Launches Fall Out Friday Comedy Specials
    The New Digital Urban Movie Channel Launches Fall Out Friday Comedy Specials
    Who doesn't love movies? Whether it is on the big screen, small screen, on your computer or mobile device, checking out a good movie is a great way to spend time. Just in time for summer, UMC- Urban Movie Channel, a premium subscription-based...
  • 'As Night Falls' by Jenny Milchman
    'As Night Falls' by Jenny Milchman: Adult psychological thriller
    "As Night Falls" by Jenny Milchman isn't a mystery -- it's much more a keep-you-on-the-edge-of-your-seat book. It's a book you won't want to put down until the last page. It's about a family held captive in their...
  • Brad Meltzer and The Presidents Shadow
    Interview with Brad Meltzer about The Presidents Shadow
    Brad Meltzer’s first published book, “The Tenth Justice,” was an instant New York Times bestseller. Meltzer now has nine bestsellers to his credit. In this behind-the-story interview, Meltzer discusses his latest release, &ldquo...
  • Seven sequels set to come out for books in July
    Eight sequels set to come out for books in July
    Summer is now in full swing and the books this month are sure to help you relax while you take some time off from work. There are ten books that are set to come out and one for everyone at any age. But this month, there seems to be more of a focus...
  • 'Water by the Spoonful'
    Spoonful by spoonful: A play of family, addiction, and war
    Quiara Alegría Hudes’s play, ‘Water by the Spoonful,’ portrays the concept that tragedy never leaves one, and often acts as the shaping force behind one’s life. This Pulitzer Prize winning work is the second play in a...
  • The Art of Work shares lessons learned in the work world
    Jeff Goins shares what he's learned in The Art of Work
    Author Jeff Goins takes the lessons he has learned along the path to publication and shares them with people in all walks of life in The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do. For Goins, work isn’t so much about...
  • Interview with NY Times bestselling picture book author Anna Dewdney
    Interview with NY Times bestselling picture book author Anna Dewdney
    Anna Dewdney is a New York Times bestselling author/illustrator of children's picture books, most notably the LLAMA LLAMA series. Her books are known for the rhyming and cadence, as well as their emotive content and expressive illustrations...
  • Cym Lowell and Jaspers War
    Cym Lowell has philanthropy in his blood
    Cym Lowell is anauthor, an international tax attorney, a Vietnam veteran, and the founder of Operation: Next Chapter. Lowell foundedOperation: Next Chapter to support the men and women who havemade sacrifices in the line of duty. In this interview...
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