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The incredible true story of “The Man Who Carved Stone Mountain” [VIDEO]

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The incredible true story of “The Man Who Carved Stone Mountain” [VIDEO]

We sat down with author Donna Barron to talk about her first book, The Man Who Carved Stone Mountain. This book tells the incredible true story of her father Roy Faulkner’s pivotal role in the completion of Stone Mountain’s iconic confederate memorial carving in Georgia. She lovingly writes anecdotes of the many challenges her father faced […]

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5 Infographics Every Writer Should See—The Fiction Edition!

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5 Infographics Every Writer Should See—The Fiction Edition!

Writing fictional narratives is tricky business; you are building entire people from scratch, and sometimes even entire worlds or universes. Time, sensory details, emotions, and plot all have to work together and seem effortless—even though writing it that way is anything but. When it comes to writing fiction, everyone can use a little help sometimes. […]

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The Best Books to Read for Summer 2016

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The Best Books to Read for Summer 2016

Do you know what’s synonymous with summer vacation? Summer reading. No, not the boring list you received from your high school English teacher that you needed to complete before returning to school in September. I’m talking about no-obligation, fun, summer books that are meant to be enjoyed by a pool, on the beach, or in […]

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Easter: Is It Really the Second Biggest Book-Buying Season of the Year?

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Easter: Is It Really the Second Biggest Book-Buying Season of the Year?

You’ve probably already heard this once, twice, or ten times… But Easter is the second largest book-buying season of the year in the Christian publishing industry. It’s not Christmas, but Easter book sales are still big. And truthfully, while sales do peak during Easter, they also trickle through the last remaining reaches of spring. What spurs […]

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Top 10 Ways to Celebrate National Grammar Day

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Top 10 Ways to Celebrate National Grammar Day

Grammarists rejoice! National Grammar Day is upon us, and we have cooked up some really fun ideas to help you celebrate the day. First, how about a little history? Martha Brockenbrough originally founded National Grammar Day in 2008 because she wanted to help her students with their grammar in a lively and positive way. Even […]

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