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Spotlight on an Injustice: Modern history with women in the military Cracking the Camouflage Ceiling by Chaplain (Colonel) Janet Yarlott Horton US Army (Ret)

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By Nancy Baxter, Senior Editor Hawthorne Publishing   Colonel (ret.) Janet Yarlott Horton was one of the first women and women chaplains in the United States military. A bright and energetic young woman planning to be a teacher and in
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Audio books’ popularity soars. . .how does a publisher view this niche in the market?

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New statistics show that 50% of Americans over 12 years of age have listened to an audio book in the last year. That percentage has grown from 44 percent in 2018. A young business friend of mine said recently, “I
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E-books: Flash in the pan or a role well earned in the book industry?

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When e-books first became popular and began to be widespread about eight years ago, the fad for them made observers predict that these convenient books in electronic form, transmitted to your e-book reader (generally Kindle from Amazon) would take over
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Interest in Doris Day Grows. . .

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Mary Anne Barothy, our author of Day at a Time: An Indiana Girl’s Sentimental Journey to Doris Day’s Hollywood and Beyond In the past three months since the passing of Doris Day on May 13, 2019, interest in this movie
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