Monthly Archives: February 2017

Should You Convert Your Books to Audiobooks?

Johannes Gutenberg introduced his printing press to the world in 1439. The device, with its ability to move the type, started a social revolution, and I have no doubt, the morning after the announcement, Mister Gutenberg found himself besieged by … Continue reading

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February Mini-Contest Winners!

AND THE WINNERS WERE — FIRST PLACE with $50 Amazon gift card – Susie Adams with  A Home for Aunt Emma SECOND PLACE with $25 Amazon gift card – John Brooks with  A Gothic Scene THIRD PLACE with $15 Amazon … Continue reading

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Historian

A native Missourian, Amanda Kassner lives in north Ozark with her husband, Jarod, and son, Sam. She is in the process of writing her mystery/crime drama about a paralegal tackling a new murder case.  Besides being an avid reader, Amanda … Continue reading

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February 25 Speaker

Brian Katcher is the author of several young adult books, including ALMOST PERFECT, winner of the American Library Association’s 2011 Stonewall Book Award; PLAYING WITH MATCHES, winner of the 2011 North Carolina Young Adult Book Award, and THE IMPROBABLE THEORY … Continue reading

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