New Book: Asylum Seekers

Asylum Seekers by Juan Rodulfo Human is the only specie that hunts, tortures and kills its own for pleasure On June 18, 2018 Sadof Alexander published online: “8 Myths about refugees debunked”, myths normally used to scare and push hate against immigrants, like for example: Refugees are an economic burden to other countries: Despite concern

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Cover Snark: Best of 2019

NB: This week, we’re taking a look back at some of our favorite and our most popular pieces of writing this year. We’ve got a week of best-of posts to share, with reviews, cover snark, sales, and more. We hope you enjoy revisiting our archives, and most of all, we wish you and yours a

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Pirates, Witches, & More

Stormy Persuasion Stormy Persuasion by Johanna Lindsey is $1.99 at Amazon and $2.99 elsewhere! Readers loved the opposites attract element of this historical romance, while others found the plot to be a little all over the place. It looks like a few other of Lindsey’s books are discounted. James Malory sets sail for America to honor

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¿Llegará alguna vez el dominio del libro electrónico?

Los números de venta se atascan. La producción es más alta que nunca. Hace diez años que venimos hablando de los libros electrónicos. Al principio, de la revolución que podía suponer su aparición en contraposición a las posturas más inamovibles de la industria editorial. Luego, de las ventajas que podía suponer para un autor saltarse

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How New York Is Zoning Out the Human-Scale City

“The cities and the economies we have,” Jane Jacobs observed, “have been created by ordinary people who didn’t have to have a big plan. It is good to remember in the culture that ordinary people can do these things and still do them.” Public-private enclaves and supertall towers are antithetical to that vision. The more

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