Deborah Collins

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By Jeanne Devon: Return of the Truth Squad!

I know what you’ve been wondering for the last 10 years. What ever happened to Ed O’Callaghan? On the off chance you haven’t been wondering this for the last 10 years, let me refresh your memory. Read more…

Messy Nessy Chic

The Little Paris Beekeeping School Paris as you know, is like a jewel box, hiding endless little gems; another of which I’m going to share with you today, nestled in the iconic Jardin du Luxembourg. Begin by finding the south west entrance to the gardens on Rue d’Assas, near Hemingway’s old stomping grounds, and turn …

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Exploring Life & Love Stories – An Interview with Falguni Kothari

Bobbi Dumas interviews Falguni Kothari, author of ‘My Last Love Story’. If you caught last week’s post, you’ll know that I’m interviewing authors who are at different stages of their careers. I started January with an interview of Rachel Gibson, a long-established, highly popular romance novelist who’s revisiting her first and most well-known series, The …

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By Diana Urban: 45 Inspirational Marketing Tips from Authors [Free Flipbook!]

Marketing a new book can be a stressful endeavor. After all the hard work you’ve done to prepare for publication, you also need to take on promotional activities to reach your target audience and make the book rise in the rankings — whether you’re an indie or traditionally published author, a marketer at a publishing …

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Military January 19, 2018

By Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Charles Plouffe, 3rd Marine Division: Face of Defense: Marine Rescues 4 People From Rip Current in Okinawa         There’s An App For That: Marine Designs Mobile Solution for Common Problem         By Katie Lange Defense Media Activity: DoD Launching Initiative to Get to #KnowYourMil …

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By Alex Snyder, Defense Media Activity: Medal of Honor Recipient and POW Whose Valor Was ‘Hard To Keep Secret’

Air Force Col. Leo Thorsness is a former state senator and a recipient of the Medal of Honor for the courage he displayed on a mission during the Vietnam War, just over a week before he was taken prisoner. Thorsness was born Feb. 14, 1932, in Walnut Grove, Minnesota, where he attended school and earned …

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907 Updates January 19, 2018

Wish the Grunwald’s the best! By Zaz Hollander: David Grunwald’s father is suing 2 teens he says swapped his son’s murder weapon for drugs. He’s suing their parents, too.         By Leroy Polk: UPDATE: 1 arrested, 1 still on the loose in Eagle River home invasion         By Daniella …

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Music January 19, 2018

                               

Quotes January 19, 2018

Every soldier should learn survival on land, sea, and in the air. Louis Zamperini         Soldiers are men…most apt for all manner of services and best able to support and endure the infinite toils and continual hazards of war. Henry Knyvett         A professional soldier understands that war means …

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Music January 18, 2018