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Worth Reading – Blue Collars
Worth Reading

Worth Reading – Blue Collars

A Conversation with Catherine McLaughlin Author of Blue Collars Why did you choose Blue Collars as the title for your novel? Blue Collars felt right for the story of the Kilroys, a working-class family living in this blue-collar neighborhood in the South End of New Bedford. The novel speaks to […]

Worth Reading – Under a Dark Sky
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Worth Reading – Under a Dark Sky

Lori Rader-Day, Author of Under a Dark Sky  is this month’s featured author interview on WE Magazine for Women How did your research and writing “Under A Dark Sky” differ from your previous award-winning novels “The Black Hour,” “The Day I Died” and “Little Pretty Things?” Under a Dark Sky is […]

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New Book Tackles Unfortunate Truth: America Unhappier Than Ever Despite Record-Breaking Economic Growth (Study)

::: New book examines why Americans are so unhappy and outlines 8 proven strategies to become happy 88% of the time :::   Despite achieving 4% GDP growth, America has fallen to 18th in the World Happiness Report’s annual ranking of more than 150 countries—an index based on variables including […]

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WE Magazine for Women Worth Reading list for July/August 2018 Fight Like a Girl: The Truth Behind How Female Marines Are Trained This is the story of Germano’s struggle to achieve equality of performance and opportunity for female Marines against an entrenched male-dominated status quo. It is also a universal […]

Worth Reading: Interview with Author Rita Dragonette
Worth Reading

Worth Reading: Interview with Author Rita Dragonette

…. Author of The Fourteenth of September. ABOUT “THE FOURTEENTH OF SEPTEMBER” The Fourteenth of September portrays a pivotal time at the peak of the Vietnam War through the rare perspective of a young woman, tracing her path of self-discovery and a “Coming of Conscience.” How did you develop the […]