Mystery lovers: These new books will have you looking for clues

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Mystery lovers: These new books will have you looking for clues

Kate is 38, a published thriller writer who teaches creative writing at a small American college and has recently been dumped by her husband. Sam, 22, is Kate's most gifted pupil and has a mad passion for his teacher, which he doesn't conceal from her. Kate, in a vulnerable state, feels flattered and
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Ellwood City Area Public Library Activities for the Week of January 22, 2018

Wednesday, January 24, at 3:00 p.m. – Creative Writing Workshop for students in 7th grade and up. The group meets twice each month to share their work and discuss writing tips and techniques. New members are welcome. Call the library for more information. Thursday, January 25, at 6:00 p.m.
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Jaipur BookMark 2018: Neetu Gupta on Indian writing, and the business of translations

Neeta Gupta is the Festival Co-Director for Jaipur BookMark, the publishers' B2B segment. She is also the publisher at Yatra Books and the editor at Bhartiya Anuvad Parishad, a non-profit group that promotes translations in Indian languages. Neeta gives us her overview of the growth of the translations
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Publishing Against the Grain

Included among the thirty-eight mostly print magazines in “Publishing Against the Grain,” a surprisingly diverse showcase of independent publishing from five continents, is Stationary. Published by Mimi Brown, of not-for-profit Spring Workshop in Hong Kong, and distributed by word of mouth, Stationary
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Web Publishing

Web Publishing MarketPress has been publishing websites since 1997. Our first websites were designed for 14 inch monitors with 17 inch monitors being the most common large display for that time. The…
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Publishing Ethics Specialist

Publishing Ethics Specialist in Science with ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY. Apply Today.
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Clays helps make headlines by printing Trump book

Suffolk-based Clays was commissioned to print the book in the UK by publishers Little, Brown Book Group and had to accommodate for an increase in demand when the book stormed the headlines. The latest figures from Nielsen BookScan show Fire & Fury has sold 59,468 copies in the UK.
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