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The Fine Art of Violence, Volume 3: MMA art and essay book preview

Hey everyone, your continued clicks and bloodyelbow.com’s support of MMA Squared has allowed me to create The Fine Art of Violence book series. For the uninitiated here’s the premise: MMA as a sport lacks a season and being a fan feels akin to running on a hamster wheel. I’ve created a book series which starts …

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I’m Sorry You Feel That Way by Rebecca Wait review – family tragicomedy | Fiction

Rebecca Wait’s new novel invites inevitable comparisons to Meg Mason’s runaway success Sorrow and Bliss. Both are about a pair of sisters; both grapple with madness, mad women and intergenerational trauma. Both are actively funny – because of, rather than in spite of, their subject matter. And both are sharp and wry, written with a …

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Carlsbad teen author publishes 11 books during pandemic

CARLSBAD, Calif. (KGTV) — A Carlsbad teenager has big dreams of becoming a best-selling author, and she’s well on her way to achieving her goal. “My favorite genre, especially when I was little, was science fiction,” said 14-year-old Shanti Hershenson. Hershenson says books are her escape from the real world, with each story being a …

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Goosebumps Author RL Stine Explains Why He Feels ‘Lucky’ About The Adaptations Of His Books

For the generations of kids who discovered scary stories at a young age, RL Stine will always be the king of children’s and young adult horror. The success of the Fear Street trilogy proved the power of Stine’s stories early on, but his biggest claim to fame comes from his landmark book series Goosebumps, which …

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B Magazine: Book Review: ‘Great Teams’ offers fresh leadership insights (7/1/22)

New York Times bestselling author Don Yaeger’s “Great Teams; 16 Things High-Performing Organizations Do Differently” is a case-study in organizational leadership in both the sports and corporate worlds. Written in 2016, the book uses examples of great teams throughout sports history to demonstrate how good teams become great; and how the same strategies have been …

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Kubbra Sait says writing about being molested in her book is not to show the world she is a ‘dukhi aatma’ | Hindi Movie News

Kubbra Sait recently opened up about penning the incident of her molestation in one of the chapters of her memoir, ‘Open Book’. In an interaction with Zoom Digital, the actress said, “Initially, when I was writing it, this was the chapter that took about 3 days. In my opinion, this was a long time frame. …

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27th Letter Books turns to community for support after losing $35K to scam

DETROIT – 27th Letter Books in Detroit needs support from the community to keep its doors open. The bookstore opened in Southwest Detroit about a year ago. Last June, they experienced flooding, then a car hit their building — and now an online scam has cost them more than $35,000. As a new business, they …

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