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Hula Ville

by Cheryl Hibbard

“It is our worst and most embarrassing moments that end up defining us as human beings,” comments author Mark Evan in “Cut,” one of the nearly forty short stories in his book, Hula Ville. An astute observer of the oddities of... Read More

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A Woman Possessed

by Cheryl Hibbard

Retired high school English teacher Marilyn Hering devoted several years to researching and writing her first novel, "A Woman Possessed". Inspired by her father’s long career in the silk mills of Paterson, New Jersey, she has set her... Read More

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Making the Grade

by Cheryl Hibbard

Want to know how to succeed in college? This experienced administrator has some no-nonsense advice. This isn’t high school anymore, and the old tricks and gimmicks just won’t cut it. Tackling higher education requires a different... Read More

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Topper and the Stable

by Cheryl Hibbard

"Topper and the Stable" looks like a children’s book, but it is a Christmas story, above all else, intended for anyone who honors the religious significance of the holiday. The book also offers some innovative additions to a well-known... Read More

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People Training for Good Dogs

by Cheryl Hibbard

In "People Training for Good Dogs", former Massachusetts animal control officer Melissa Berryman presents a no-nonsense guide to what dog owners must know in order to develop the skills they need to successfully handle their dogs. Simply... Read More

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Murphy Lives Here

by Cheryl Hibbard

Schoolteacher Merryl J. Polak and her dedicated husband are an admirable couple. In "Murphy Lives Here", Merryl Polak recounts their heartbreaking but ultimately triumphant story of love and determination as they fight a very long battle... Read More

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