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Transgender Thought Leader and Children’s Book Author Dr. Elijah Nicholas Teaches Compassion

Dr. Elijah Nicholas, author, actor, entrepreneur, and inspiring motivational speaker on Health Equity for LGBTQ people, was front and center for the April 12 Day of Silence and is at the forefront of National Pride Month in June. He is also a thought leader and advocate in the Trans Community who speaks on Health Equity for […]

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Gene P. Abel’s The Destruction of the American Republic

Gene P. Abel’s The Destruction of the American Republic Like the loving father of a petulant child, author and U.S. Army Colonel (Retired)  Gene P. Abel is extremely worried about our nation’s current and future state. Colonel Abel is the best-selling author of more than a dozen books in several genres, including sci-fi and romance.

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The Newly Invented Central Bucks High School West Harlequin Club Presents a Fresh Take on A Christmas Carol While Promoting Inclusivity

With an eye on community, inclusion, and making life-long friendships, The Central Bucks High School West Harlequin Club is clearly focused on reinforcing the holiday spirit at every turn this year and supporting such notable local charities in the process, including Code Blue, Tabor Children’s Home, and the Ann Silverman Health Clinic. The club’s upcoming production

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Bill O’Reilly with Martin Dugard’s Killing The Witches: The Horror of Salem, Massachusetts Review

Killing the Witches: The Horror of Salem, Massachusetts Bill O’Reilly, along with Martin Dugard, have, in my opinion, written one of the best American History books I have ever read. Killing The Witches is a thorough account of the horrible time in Salem, Massachusetts when women and men were jailed, tried, and hung for being

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William J. Donahue Takes Us to the Dark Side in his Novel ‘Only Monsters Remain’

  William J. Donahue’s dramatic dark tales and riveting characters are irresistible in his new novel, Only Monsters Remain, regardless of the genre that you prefer. When it comes to his recently published third novel, the prolific author and magazine editor, says he did not envision venturing to the world of this rather dark genre.

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Bestselling Author Gene P. Abel Explains Why UFOs and Aliens are Top of Mind

With the current topic of UFOs on the nightly news, it is the perfect time to expand our intel on extraterrestrial life, with two of best-selling author Gene P. Abel’s books, What, If Anything is Out There? and the newly-released sci-fi novel, The Aliens Step In. Amid current Congressional hearings on Capitol Hill, the topic could not be timelier,

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Gene P. Abel and The Real Life Inspiration for His New Novel “The Aliens Step In”

The Real Life Inspiration for New Novel The Aliens Step In Since the publication of  Kidnappers From The Future in October of 2021, fans of Gene P. Abel’s Defenders of Time trilogy have been eagerly waiting for the final installment of this riveting franchise.  Abel’s actively engaged readers had been taken through multiple notable historical

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Author Gene P. Abel Concludes His Thrilling Time Travel Trilogy With “The Aliens Step In”

Interview with Author Gene P. Abel Author Gene P. Abel is set to conclude his Defenders of Time trilogy with The Aliens Step In, releasing July 18. The series, which has quickly secured the attention and praise of many avid sci-fi fans, follows Agent Lou Hessman and his team as they discover parts of their

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Vegan Cook Kris Ernst Shares her Secret to Simple, Delicious Recipes

Interview with author of “A Taste of Plant Based” Kris Ernst  Doylestown, PA-based mom Kris Ernst didn’t have time for complicated, redundant, vegan recipes, so she made her own! Now the author of “A Taste of Plant-Based”, a vegan-centered cookbook, Kris is sharing her delicious creations and showing food lovers that you don’t need meat

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Phil Rosenthal enjoys some pizza wih some locals at Angelo's Pizza in Philadelphia Pa. on the Netflix series Sombody Feed Phil

Why Everybody Loves Season 6 of ‘Somebody Feed Phil,’ His New Companion Cookbook, and Visit to the Keswick Theatre on November 10

Phil Rosenthal has a job that is the envy of everyone he meets, but he does it with such charm and aplomb that they love spending time with him on and off the air. The star and creator of the Netflix hit, Somebody Feed Phil travels the world and eats. The adventurous food and travel

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Luckiest Girl Alive: The Book Changed my Life, The Film is an Insulting , Shallow Mess

Luckiest Girl Alive Review  *Spoilers Below* *This review discusses sensitive topics that may be triggering to some readers.  Over the summer, I decided I wanted to start reading again. Not that I hadn’t been reading for school and work, but the leisurely reading I engaged in as a kid slowly drifted into a forgotten activity

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Why Innovative Author Gene Abel Wants Us to Fall in Love with his Romance Novel The Inn of Destiny

Gene Abel Talks His Latest Romance Novel  Gene P. Abel may not be what you typically have in mind when you think of a romance writer. Abel himself does not completely identify with this genre but enjoys dabbling in a variety of ideas and stories. From The Inn of Destiny, the subsequent romance/erotica novel to

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If You Have to See One Show on Broadway This Year, See “The Kite Runner”

Broadway’s The Kite Runner Review When most people think of Broadway, they think of the glowing lights surrounding the rims of theaters. A crowded but quiet room that will soon erupt into energetic dance numbers accompanied by colorful, radiant costumes and of course, singing. Musicals have ruled Broadway for decades, and oftentimes, audiences forget the

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Author and College Admissions Expert Beth Pickett is Ready to Positively Impact Your Teen’s Future

When parents of high school students are overwhelmed by the college admissions process, they often do not know where to turn. But Beth Pickett an author, and college admissions counselor has been able to calm many of their worst fears. For more than a decade, the founder of College Prep Counseling has been working as

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Author James Hallam Is Eager to Teach Us ‘Human Gifts’ to Help Us Lead Fruitful and Happy Lives

Author and United Methodist Minister James R. Hallam is an extraordinary teacher who is eager to impart vital life lessons to us when it comes to human gifts. Drawing on a lifetime of experience as a minister, teacher, administrator, counselor, and father, Hallam uses lessons from contemporary culture, the Bible, and his own personal history to illuminate

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How a Lovable Big Red Dog, Can Teach Us About Acceptance and Kindness!

Once upon a time, a young girl named Emily Elizabeth Howard (Darby Camp) fell in love with a little red puppy, thus beginning a HUGE adventure. Based on the beloved Scholastic character Clifford the Big Red Dog, the new movie from Paramount Pictures is about an eccentric, but magical, animal rescuer (John Cleese) who gives

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How International Best-Selling Author Cathleen Elle Helps Us Deal With Grief and Loss

With more than 744,000 COVID-19 related deaths in the nation in less than two years, it is difficult for most of us to grapple with the aftermath that occurs when so many families have been shattered.  As we watch these heartbreaking stories on the evening news, along with other recent traumatic events, it can be

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How Best-Selling Author and Coach Sara Connell Uses Her Writing Gifts to Improve the World

Author and Coach Sara Connell  Helps Young Writers Sara Connell knows that female entrepreneurs who have a mentor or a coach, most often see their personal and career success soar to new heights. “It’s all about being lifted up and built up,” Connell says. “It has been shown that women who had a mentor or

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Children’s Author Presents: “Ferdy The Fish: The Fish That Could Not Swim” — A Tale For Our Times!

What can we learn from a rainbow-colored fish that could not swim?  More than we could ever imagine, in Ferdy The Fish: The Fish That Could Not Swim, the charming tale with vital life lessons for both young people and adults. Written by Don Levenson, Ferdy The Fish, is the perfect story for these troubled

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