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Today’s Bookish Feature

Here are the bookish pieces we found for you lately.


What You May Have Missed

Poet Susan A. Katz Releases Her Fifth Book, "Dreaming Missouri"
"Dreaming Missouri" is the fifth book of breathtakingly tender poems by prolific author Susan A.
Book Launch: Shawn Nowotnik's Habits of Successful People Motivates You to Redefine Your Narrative
A Collection of Celebrity and Influential Leaders' Insights on How Changes in Simple Habits Can Transform Your Life
"Torah Tutor" Arrives in Time for Passover and Spring Bible Studies
Torah Tutor explores the Bible's early books highlighting themes for moral, spiritual and intellectual growth. This contemporary self-guided study is ideal for individual seekers and group discussions.
Don't Let Supply Chains And Covid Make Your Christmas A Wreck
Have a more relaxed and meaningful Christmas celebrating Twelve Days
Beyond the Badge: Former Black, Female Law Enforcement Executive Releases Inspiring Memoir
Retired Black, Female Assistant Chief of CHP Pens Personal Story of Triumph.
Author Meets Her Great Aunt for the First Time and Dedicates a Vampire Book to Her
Author Meghan Purvis, was awarded an Arts Council grant to help her research The Wages of Dying, her debut novel, set between New York and New Orleans in 1920s America.
Meet Men Who Fight With Their Stomach
One quiet early morning while standing next to the fridge, Ejike Emeh closed his eyes, squeezed his face, and made the last decision. A hunger strike was the best way to show outrage about the struggles occurring within and worldwide.

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By The BREWer

As a caterpillar goes out of its dark cocoon, grows its wings, and flies high up in the sky, I acknowledge my role in the entire process of the written word's metamorphosis through The Chrysalis BREW Project. I believe that beauty and goodness exist in everything and everyone - may we let that emerge and shine in each word we read, concoct, write, or share.