Last Tuesdays Poetry; May 29, 2018

A few months ago I wrote a piece about the benefits of self-publishing especially to new authors. E.L. James and Fifty Shades of Grey would be a paragon of such. Self-publishing can be a great way to build your publishing resume and gain the attention on traditional publishers. Another great tool to add some bling […]

Run The Red Lights by Ed Skoog

by Danielle Champiet-Coronado Ever have a conversation with a book? Not a self-help book, but a real book. I never have – until now. My typical relationship with a book is to immerse myself in the story. So fun to do! Just cuddle up in my favorite reading spot with a giant cup of coffee […]

The Divine Ms. Alicia’s Divinity School

by Danielle Champiet-Coronado   Book lovers were treated to a double-pleasure this past April 24th at the Barnes and Noble bookstore in Vancouver, WA. The first was a reading of a children’s book accompanied by the largest xylophones I have ever seen. The second was the divine Ms. Alicia Jo Rabins reading selections from her […]

Editorial: A Way Out Of The JCPOA Crisis

via Editorial: A Way Out Of The JCPOA Crisis   As an addendum to this article, Trump did back out of the Iran Nuclear Deal. The people of Iran wanted those sanctions against the regime and France and Germany supported it. Continuing those sanctions was the very least that we could do to support the Iranian […]