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Dog That Shoplifted a Book on ‘Abandonment’ is Given the Love It Was Asking For

Dog That Shoplifted a Book on ‘Abandonment’ is Given the Love It Was Asking For

Instead of being disciplined for his misdeeds, this unlikely shoplifter is being given more love and attention than ever before. Last week, a stray dog was caught on camera sneaking into the Feevale University bookshop in Novo Hamburgo, Brazil.

21 science books that make excellent gifts

21 science books that make excellent gifts

For the friend who would like a Sci, hold the Fi. Books for the science enthusiast in your life. Depositphotos Even the biggest know-it-all on your gift list can’t know everything. Give your science-hungry friends something fun for their brain to chew on with these engaging (and sometimes enraging) books about scientific topics.

Conejo Valley Faux Book Banning Controversy: Just the tip of a dangerous iceberg

Conejo Valley Faux Book Banning Controversy: Just the tip of a dangerous iceberg

By Paul D. White   The book “censorship” debate in the Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) speaks to a larger education issue, and centers around two false premises. 1)   False Premise #1:  Censoring high school students is wrong, unnecessary, and would create a bad precedent. All schools (including CVUSD) already practice censorship in most areas […]

This Monday — “I Published a Book is Not a Marketing Plan” with IBPA Marketing Director Lee Wind at IWOSC/SPAWN meeting  Newbury Park Library

This Monday — “I Published a Book is Not a Marketing Plan” with IBPA Marketing Director Lee Wind at IWOSC/SPAWN meeting  Newbury Park Library

  SPAWN MEMBERS NOW CAN ATTEND FREE OF CHARGE! SEPTEMBER MEETING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 at 6:30 pm   Come join us at the Newbury Park Library meeting room. We are open to all authors, writers, and people curious about publishing.   Fee is $5 at the door, includes coffee, tea and water. Please RSVP so […]

Hillary’s new book: It’s Never My Fault

Hillary’s new book: It’s Never My Fault

  By Jon Rappoport (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) This is an antidote to Hillary’s new book, titled, “What Happened,” which I would sub-title, Why Was I So Clueless? The book purports to explain her loss in the 2016 election. What would Hillary think if she could think? First of […]

Congressman’s “Drain the Swamp” book exposes Washington corruption: Amgen’s ‘largely unnoticed coup on Capitol Hill

Congressman’s “Drain the Swamp” book exposes Washington corruption:  Amgen’s ‘largely unnoticed coup on Capitol Hill

By Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO)  Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO) writes in his new book “Drain the Swamp:  How Washington Corruption is Worse Than You Think” how “Washington doesn’t’ represent the American people anymore, because the bureaucrats and elected officials in Washington pursue their own self-serving agenda rather than doing what is objectively right for the […]

Capturing Hidden Gems of Advice — “Ventura County Leaders Go Back in Time to Their Twenty-First Birthday”

Capturing Hidden Gems of Advice — “Ventura County Leaders Go Back in Time to Their Twenty-First Birthday”

If you haven’t read the “Ventura County Leaders Go Back in Time to Their Twenty-First Birthday” book curated by Scott Harris and Dianne McKay, you can purchase it now on Amazon! #leaders #VenturaCounty Ventura County Leaders: 101 Quotes An accumulation of the advice Ventura County leaders would have liked to have given themselves at age […]

Dreams and War: Local Author Releases New Book

Dreams and War: Local Author Releases New Book

CAM BOOK CLUB: A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing at Oxnard’s Carnegie Art Museum–Oct. 15th

CAM BOOK CLUB: A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing at Oxnard’s Carnegie Art Museum–Oct. 15th

The Book Club meets monthly to discuss books related to the current exhibition. A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing by Eimear McBride Thursday, October 15  6 pm $4 | members free about the book.…. Love to read but can’t make the discussion meetings? Read with us and follow us on Twitter to join the discussion. […]

Alfonso Guilin: Conflict Lemons

Alfonso Guilin: Conflict Lemons

By Sheryl Hamlin How fitting that Alfonso (Al) Guilin’s favorite authors are Hemingway and Steinbeck, both master storytellers whose prose of realistic, unadorned text reflects their own lives and experiences. And, like all good authors, Mr. Guilin of Santa Paula, California honed his craft through the discipline of personal journals over a period of five […]

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