Books

Garrison Keillor & Company: Rialto Books Prairie Home Holiday

JOLIET, IL – The Rialto Square Theater announced Monday it has booked Garrison Keillor, Prudence Johnson and Dan Chouinard to come together for a December Cheer Night, stories and songs about love and family and a song by Christmas, and the news from Lake Wobegon. The Prairie Home Holiday show …

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New books continue two series with local roots – Twin Cities

Today we offer you new books in two series. John Santana investigates the disappearance of drug money and sex trafficking, and Woodhouse Avenue’s Humboldt Prior tries to stop his cousins ​​from going to jail because of bank fraud and creampie stinky feet. “The price of life” by Christopher Valen (Santa …

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Haunted Peoria Bookstore Hosts Ghost Investigation

PEORIA, Ill. (WMBD) – The Book Rack in Peoria is known for its eclectic and hands-on reads, and, now, also for its friendly ghosts. On Friday October 8, Host Ghost Paranormal Investigators conducted their second investigation into the store, trying to get in touch with what they say are spirits. …

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Are your coffee table books pretentious?

For the recurring series, That’s Debatable, we tackle a controversial topic of the day and present two fiery arguments, one in favor and the other categorically opposed. The previous episodes of the series are here. NO, COFFEE TABLE BOOKS ARE A GOOD REPLACEMENT FOR FINANCIALLY OUT OF REACH ART These …

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UP authors converge for the book fair | News, Sports, Jobs

MARQUETTE – The fourth edition of the Upper Peninsula Authors’ Book Fair will bring together over a dozen UP authors this year. From 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at Campfire CoWorks in downtown Marquette, participating authors from Upper Michigan will meet to meet their current and future readers. Gretchen …

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How Bosses Should Write Books

October 2, 2021 VSSENIOR LEADERS are not, of course, the most natural writers in the world. They do not reach the top without a laser ambition, a trait that rarely leads to literary reflection. To be successful, they must murder their outspokenness and master the corporate twaddle instead. They don’t …

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