This highly instructive how-to manual covers all the basics for anyone interested in starting a non-emergency medical... Read More
25 Years After Americans with Disability Act
Author Reflects on How Disabled Won Their Rights
From Selma, Alabama, to the Stonewall Inn, there have been many civil rights anniversaries marked this year. But perhaps the biggest one—the one that had an impact on the largest US minority—celebrated a more-low-key anniversary last week.
The Total Package
Rizzoli's Italian blood ensures passion, precision, and beauty
Book lovers know that reading can be a full sensory experience. It’s why electronic devices will never completely take over the literary world unless they engineer a way to reproduce the feel, the scent, the pure heft of a book like those by Rizzoli.
Romantic Suspense: Murder Meets Mayhem
Like James Bond, an undercover agent always gets the girl. The exploits of daring souls in these releases for 2015 feature arrogant rogues and crusty ruffians in scenarios that will make the average existence seem mundane.
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Fantasy, Western, Romance, YA—And It's All LGBTQ
It seems, quite often, that LGBTQ books are solely focused on the characters’ sexuality. Luckily there's Interlude Press, whose mission is to publish quality LGBTQ novels, where being gay isn’t necessarily the main source of conflict.
INDIEFAB Early Bird
Register Now for Book of the Year Award
You have a great book, you're looking for some recognition, and you want a wider audience to fall in love with it. That's where Foreword's annual book awards program comes in. Enter now for a discount.
How to (Maybe) Do a DIY Book Tour
As the clock ticked toward the designated presentation time and continued to tick past it, the folding chairs set up in front of my podium remained empty. Ten minutes later, I experienced a quandary. Do I read to no one and hope stragglers appear?
Imagination and the Age of Reason
Magic is a Metaphor for the Power of the Mind
Man's greatest achievements have come from that half of the brain that looks at things previously deemed impossible---electricity, space flight, social equality---and brings them, kicking and screaming, into the world of here and now.
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One of the reasons I love trade shows is the unexpected conversations in line for coffee or serendipitous meet-ups on... Read More
This novel is an excellent portrait of family relationships in the face of a degenerative disease. Montpelier... Read More
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This brilliant thriller centers on an abducted teen who’s not the “average” victim. Take nearly everything... Read More
This poignant literary thriller explores the issue of mob mentality in the modern age. The word “orphan” calls to... Read More
Clements is at his best when he begins to unravel the social and moral complexities of a bygone era. A certain... Read More
This fast-paced and entertaining adventure leads into a world of surprise discoveries, dangerous scenarios, and dead... Read More