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We thriller writers are consumed with creating the perfect villain, but as we all know…

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Salinger’s evolution to literary greatness revealed in scholastic anthology of his early writings—“Three Early Stories”

Memphis, Tenn. – Before The Catcher in the Rye, J.D. Salinger was a young, ambitious…

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Buckley vs. Vidal transcripts document fiery debates during the 1968 presidential conventions

Memphis, Tenn. ­– The ongoing friction found in the U.S. political system has caused long-standing…

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Long-time Managing Director Marissa DeCuir is Named President and Partner at JKS Communications

Long-time managing director Marissa DeCuir has been promoted to president and partner at JKS Communications,…

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5 Steps to Amazon Search Engine Optimization

How do people search for books? Maybe you used to go to your local Borders…

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With the holidays quickly approaching, it’s never too early to start picking out gifts! Here…

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Cover Story: Heart of Stone

Today, I’m discussing the cover of my latest Ellie Stone mystery, Heart of Stone (Seventh Street Books,…

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It’s Time for Ebooks to Get Innovative and Interactive

I saw something recently that blew my mind: Piotr Kowalczyk pulled together a list of…

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Publishing is Personal

I was recently at a conference where one of the other speakers, an author with…

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From Revealing to Concealing

All through college and graduate school, my professors taught me to start with a strong…