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Bruce H. Wolk - Nonfiction Writer 2h
Another picture of the man whose life I deeply admired, and led me to researching and writing his story. Junius A. Kellogg stood about 6'10" but he is taller than that in my eyes. You can look him up on Wikipedia to get the basics though somewhat inaccurate. I love
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SelfPubShowcase 8m
It's a fun-filled adventure about being a teenager, epic road trips and best friends. But really this book is just about LIFE.
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Faustina Anciute (El Faust) 23h
Classic read by Hawking - one of the best in on exploiting the exotic black holes, cosmology and the secrets behind the beginning.
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Harper Inspire 2h
We will be showcasing more of our upcoming books in the coming weeks and we are VERY excited! FANS GET READY! 📚📚📚
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Bruce H. Wolk - Nonfiction Writer Aug 2
For nearly 5 years, I researched and wrote about the remarkable life of Junius A. Kellogg and his 48-year friendship with Bob Otten. I got shot down by numerous literary agents and publishers but I have an idea about re-writing it. I will continue on this journey.
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Reed Magazine Aug 2
Happy birthday to James Baldwin. James Arthur Baldwin was an American novelist, playwright, essayist, poet, and activist. ⁠ . ⁠ . ⁠ . ⁠ . ⁠
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Tint Journal 23h
TINT WRITERS | Marcus Narvaez American, speaks/writes Spanish and English Art: "Little Red Barns" by Timothy F Phillips Piece Patron: Das Land Steiermark Read the full essay:
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Auriel Grace 7m
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Niraj Pandey 10h
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Around me in every little little things I see a story which I was always wanted to tell. Therefore, I started a blog called "Little Little Things"to tell the short and stories written by me. I just posted "A lone rickshaw-wallah", on my newly blog. cont...
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Daphne MacNeil Aug 1
Who is your favourite writer?
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The Written Revolt© Aug 2
Good news: as they age, your kid’s required school reading improves exponentially. More than just a great story, this one offers insight into how Chicago grew into the city it is today—good and bad, perhaps.
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Bruce H. Wolk - Nonfiction Writer 21h
Junius Kellogg, the man whose biography I have been working on for several years was invited to the famous March on Washington rally (August 28, 1963). He and MLK knew one another. Met that day. Junius, though wheelchair bound, stood tall at the crossroads of history.
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A.J.Griffiths-Jones 8h
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John S. Weiss Aug 2
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JT Morse, Writer 14h
Guess what arrived today!?! I'm so excited!?! Curling up and cracking the cover in 3...2...1!
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Affaire de Coeur Book Review Magazine Aug 1
What really happened to Jesus? Did he rise from the dead, and if not why do Christians believe that he did?
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Matthew Russell 15h
  The focus of this book is identity, and an understanding that all of culture is indexable and identifiable. Joanne McNeil, in "Lurking: How a Person Became a User," looks at a new category…
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Amra Sabic-El-Rayess Aug 1
continues to top the list of 100 best selling books on Islam for Teen & Young Adults on .🙏🥳
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Bruce H. Wolk - Nonfiction Writer Jul 26
From last year's garden: Rouge Vif D' Etampes Pumpkin, origin: 1880s Paris farmer's markets. I found the 7-10 pound squash to be somewhat watery though obviously good for soups. Mild flavor. Good keeper. I love heirloom squash.
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Jenna Grodzicki Jul 30
My author copies of WILD STYLE: AMAZING ANIMAL ADORNMENTS (Millbrook Press) are here & they’re beautiful!!! Look for it on shelves September 1st!
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