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Originally posted on BookPeople:
Guest Post by Austin Author Varian Johnson This is the fourth week in a series of author guest posts about diversity in children’s literature and the BookPeople Modern First Library initiative. For more about BookPeople’s Modern First Library initiative, and for more recommendations of wonderful new and classic picture books to read, visit bookpeople.com. Previous…
Saving Mr. Banks Review – Brilliant story, Consummate Cast and Compelling Cinematography Lead to Cinematic Bliss
Originally posted on Joe's Geek Fest:
What is it about this movie so many of us love so much? At first blush, it sounds boring as all get out. Disney woos a recalcitrant author of children’s books who reminds us of J. M. Barrie for film rights to her book. Now, it’s a sad…
Originally posted on International Book Promotion:
Ayah Assem received a copy of Kelli Sue Landon’s new release, Stranded in Time during the book trailer release event on Facebook and she has reviewed the book in this video. Have fun watching. Be sure to check out the book on Amazon
Meow! #aromasauthors #patrickoscheen https://www.facebook.com/Thecatcharles — withPatrick O’Scheen.
Originally posted on readers+writers journal:
Inspiration & Insight for Life’s Challenges An inspiring book for anyone struggling with difficult choices, those questioning spirituality or a relationship with God, or anyone confused about which path to choose. This collection of short essays, stories and quotes by a renowned minister uses spirituality to offer encouraging, wise, and thought…
Originally posted on Regina Puckett:
Everything that Made Him Regina Puckett ? Without! Without! Without! Without! I heard his bloodcurdling shout He held out his heart for me to see Each chamber stripped clean and free Of anything that that kept it beating A bad reaction to his lying and cheating There pooled around his…
Originally posted on ronovanwrites:
Hey everybody! Hannah of Inked Roses is now on Twitter! YAY!!! Follow her and make her feel welcomed! @hannahcasidhe ?
Originally posted on e-Tinkerbell:
Long long time ago were sounds had not become words yet and syntax had not organized those words into a developed language, communication was mostly based on signs. This primitive form of non-verbal communication, which is still a distinctive trait of every true-born Italian, may use hands or the whole body…