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Banned Books History & Overview – #banned

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The History of Banned Books A book may be considered a banned book if the work has been banned in the past. We still discuss...

Top 44 Freelance Writing Sites – Get Paid to Write Online

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freelance writing
Whether you're looking for full-time, contract, part-time, or some variation of work requirements (telecommute, onsite, or ghost-writing), you'll find lots of great opportunities to...

Sounds of ‘The City’ – Dean Koontz

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The City
The sounds of music filter through the lines of The City, by Dean Koontz. And, it's not just the rhythm of the words or the...

Book World vs Amazon

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It may seem like you've heard it all before. After all, it's as ancient as the David and Goliath story, or as modern as...

Reese Witherspoon Book Club Recs

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With the recent launch of the Belletrist Book Club, you've gotta love that we're taking a closer look at all the social media feeds...

Mrs. Dalloway – Dangerous to Live

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Virginia Woolf focused on the life of an "ordinary" woman, when she wrote Mrs. Dalloway. Like James Joyce's Ulysses (published just a few years earlier, in 1922),...

Sean Spicer’s Controversies – ‘The Briefing’

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Ever the controversial figure, Sean Spicer has gravitated from his role as the White House Press Secretary (and former White House Communications Director, 2017)...

5 Tips for Finding Your Ebook Refund from Apple

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Apple Refund Ebooks
Apple released refunds to all eligible ebook customers this morning, and you may be among the many readers who were both excited and confused....

What Did Holden Say? Looking For Lines from ‘The Catcher in...

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The profusion of lines and paragraphs still stick in the brain. Who said it, and what did it mean? When we're talking about the infamous...

The Case of ‘Bid Time Return’

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You've probably read the stories of long-lost library books, and even perhaps cringed if you've been guilty of failing to return books yourself. But,...

Fall Findings & Autumn Musings #LifeLessons #Quotes

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Fall Musings
I've always loved the fall months of the year. The last day of September and the onslaught of October days always makes me to...