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How Writing a Book is Like Latch-Hooking a Rug

How Writing a Book is Like Latch-Hooking a Rug by Mary Ellen Stepanich, Ph.D. A book is usually made up of 60,000 to 100,000 words recorded on paper or in a digital storage device, with one word following another in … Continue reading

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Channeling the Literary Greats

Channeling the Literary Greats by Lesley Sudders A fascinating story on NPR’s Morning Edition described Brazil’s booming market of books written by spirits. The books attain physical form when they are channeled through mediums. These individuals are part of a … Continue reading

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