What Readers Are Saying: Johnnie Bernhard

“Smart fiction that speaks in a lyrical voice of love, wisdom, and social justice. resonating with the difficult choices we are forced to make in today’s fragile world.”  Johnnie Bernhard, Author of Hannah and Ariela, American University Press Association’s 100 Best Books 

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What Reader’s Are Saying: Cindy Williams

“Beautifully written, a joy to read and highly entertaining in the most wonderful way possible. Kathryn Brown Ramsperger, quite simply, has written a great novel.” — Cindy Williams, Actress best known as the co-star of “Laverne and Shirley” & Author of Shirley, I Jest!

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Are You Too Busy? Overwhelmed?

We’re all a little too busy these days, and busy-ness can lead to overwhelm, which leads to exhaustion. My coaching clients and friends ask me how I schedule my day often. How did I get my book written? I’m certainly far from perfect, but I usually get what needs to get done, done. I thought…

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Beirut and Books, A Decade On

The Virgin Bookstore in Beirut reopened its doors after the 2006 war and again and the 2008 demonstrations that shut them, expanding to three more Beirut shopping districts. Today it’s tweeting about Glow Pens and Whatzzup power banks: “Whatzzup power banks are unbeatable style pieces! one at $31.99! #GenerationFutureVM Full collection:… https://t.co/mpQuIbsTJY“ I bought a…

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7 Ways You Can Support Your Favorite Author

So much has changed in the publishing world today, you may want to support your friend who has published a book, but you may not know how. Here are a few suggestions: Buy or rent their book. This one is pretty obvious. You can ask for a book in your local bookstore, in your local…

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Do You Have To Love A Character To Love A Book?

Most of my readers have come to like them both (thus far), but you may find Qasim charming and Dianna wishy washy. Or you may find Qasim chauvinistic, even immoral and  Dianna relatable. One recent reader didn’t like Dianna because she felt Dianna was, well, wimpy at the beginning. I made a conscious decision as…

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What You Can Do To Support Differences

As I’ve been speaking, people ask me how they can help, what they can do, to unite a nation, and world, that sometimes seems so divided. Here’s what I tell them: 1. Invite a person of another culture to your home. 2. If a person from another culture moves into your neighborhood, throw them a…

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