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10 “Spring Cleaning” Must-Reads

photo credit By Cori Cagide, Publicist   Spring is almost in the air! After having our fair share of snow this Winter season, I think I can speak for everybody in the northeast when I say, “Bring on the warmer … Continue reading

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10 Authors You Need To Follow On Twitter And Their Strategies Worth Stealing

By Anna Patrick, Digital Publicist   We can trust authors to pen hundreds of pages without batting an eyelash. But how does their craft stand the test of a 140 character limit? Twitter poses a unique challenge for authors who … Continue reading

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No “Faults” For John Green

By Cori Cagide, Publicist Okay, so you may be thinking I’m late on the John Green train for this one, and I probably am. I first decided to read The Fault in Our Stars earlier this Summer when I found … Continue reading

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Do You Need to Read the Book Before You See the Movie?

By Johanna Dickson, Digital Publicist   In early June my mother notified me via email that she needed to see The Fault in Our Stars when it came out. She works in a middle school library and often reads many … Continue reading

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When It Comes to Connecting With a Teen Audience, John Green Gets It

By Nicole Martineau, Associate Publicist   In case you’ve been living under a rock and are unfamiliar with the current media explosion that is the big-screen adaption of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars, here’s a very brief synopsis of the book: … Continue reading

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