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A Father’s Update on Saving His Daughter from the Edge of Insanity

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Every Reader Has a Teacher Who Changed Their Life

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Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover . . . or by Its First Line

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The Book You Love that No One Else Has Heard of

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Sometimes a Lady Is in the Mood for a Fairytale

I wanted new romance, with fresh obstacles to overcome! I wanted the happily ever after, and I wanted it now.

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Giving It Away or Keeping It on the Shelves

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To Bookmark or Not to Bookmark?

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Welcome to Jurassic Park… and to Reading

Movie adaptations have the power to create voracious new readers.

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