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Carla Neggers is a name that is a staple on the shelves of any store one might wander through.  It is as common as a best friend... but what about the woman behind the name?  What is someone who has found success for so many years like in person?  Well..

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The media and advertising have a bad habit of making women feel down on themselves; they aren't pretty enough, or have frizzy hair, acne issues, bags under eyes, nose too big, lips not full enough, double chins, breasts are too big or too small, overweight, have tummy rolls, muffin top, butt too

The TV sitcom "Cheers" (1982-1993) had two Librarians! TWO! Diane Chambers is a mousey head-before-heart gal who doesn’t know how to take a joke, however you can’t help but love her.

 I’ve always been fascinated with ruins representative of ancient civilizations, but I never expected to find castles in Africa. I am the author of a series of romance novels based on Ethiopian history. I enjoy writing about this fascinating country known by some as The Land of Enchantment.

When an author first sets out to write a book, very few think about what will happen after they’ve completed the story. Creating the story is what authors live for. However, for most of us, the real work begins upon completion.

I’ve been the victim of a scam. I do not take pride in admitting this. However, I’ve discovered this is not the first time this particular scam has been played on unsuspecting authors and it seems to be on the rise. Therefore, I am doing what I can to spread the word so it doesn’t happen to you.

Mel pulled back the top of the gun, held it in her hands, and aimed it right at the window.The two fedoras backed up but didn’t back down.They drew their guns and when the first shot blasted through the window, I dropped down and screamed for my mother louder than I’d ever screamed before.I heard

In case you didn’t realize it, audiobooks are beginning to outsell print books.MarketWatch published an article in January that included a startling statistic: there are examples of books in every imaginable genre that sell better as spoken rather than written words—sometimes four times as well.


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