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Book Reviews: A Different Blue is the reason book lovers spend hours in the bookstores

Book Review:  Amy Harmon’s bestselling novel A Different Blue is unforgettable and satisfying – “Once upon a time there was a little blackbird, pushed out of the nest, unwanted.” Blue, a troubled high school senior in Amy Harmon’s novel  A Different Blue, who doesn’t know who she is, where she comes from, or where she is headed, is challenged […]

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BOOK REVIEW: The Mistletoe Inn

BOOKS: Author of holiday-themed novellas creates modern-day Christmas fairy tale.    The Mistletoe Inn  by Richard Paul Evans Kimberly Rossetti wants to become a romance writer. She’s 32 with one divorce, two failed engagements, and many broken hearts behind her — hardly an expert on happily ever after endings! Facing the prospect of holidays alone, she […]

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Home Game – Hendersonopoly sells for $5 to benefit literacy program

EDUCATION: Local teacher uses board game based on Monopoly to help save literacy program — When Newton Elementary teacher Melinda Dean learned that recent budget cuts would stymie her school’s remedial literacy program, she initiated a creative solution to sustain the curriculum: a Hendersonopoly fundraiser. Styled after Monopoly, Parker Brothers’ timeless board game, Hendersonopoly is played […]

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MAGAZINE: iH reviews Jessie Humphries’ newest teen detective novel

BOOK REVIEW: Local author Jessie Humphries channels her inner teenage diva in Killing Ruby Rose to create a new generation of tough teenage girl: a gun toting, Prada wearing, take down the bad guy teenager. — In Killing Ruby Rose by Jessie Humphries, a novel  designated as Amazon.com’s number one bestselling Teen & Young Adult Detective […]

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