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Move over, laughter — the American Medical Association is now prescribing reading as a cure for some ailments. Specifically, the AMA is suggesting that practicing physicians pick up a book to help them avoid burnout, according to a news release...
The National Book Critics Circle announced its nominees for the outstanding books of 2018 today. The awards, among the most prestigious in the American literary world, are chosen by a jury of working critics and book-review editors. Winners will...
What would we do without our friends? We might not have known to interview Kirsty Dallas, an international bestselling and award-winning author, without our friend Randi’s recommendation. And Dallas might not have turned her lifelong hobby of w...
Most of us wouldn’t expect our religious leaders to interview us about our attitudes toward sex. But in a way, that expectation itself underscores Lutheran pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber’s point: that churches generally limit their focus to sexu...
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Maybe the thought of managing a business Facebook page in addition to dealing with your personal one makes you cringe. Well, the good news from author Audrey Hughey is that Facebook is a useful tool for gaining exposure, at least. Hughey, who's a...
A critical part of character development is depicting their emotions clearly and accurately. Angela Ackerman, who has literally written the book (okay, well, a book) on conveying how your characters feel, now has a piece on Jane Friedman’s blog...
Bigger isn’t always better when it comes to businesses. To be specific, Paul Jarvis doesn’t mean your profits should stay small; the author of Company of One is giving you permission to keep the company itself small while maximizing...
Indie author Amy Maroney was riding high on the long-tail success of a book she’d promoted months earlier. But eventually, being hands-off resulted in the sales drying up. So for her next promotion, Maroney turned to veteran authors to hear wha...
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