Beloved Actor And Personality LeVar Burton Gets Tonie-fied This Fall

LeVar Burton

The acclaimed director, producer and author’s likeness and voice will be available to a new generation of fans as a Tonie figure and audio book PALO ALTO, Calif. — This Fall, beloved actor, director, producer and author LeVar Burton (Reading Rainbow, Star Trek and Jeopardy!) will have his voice and likeness immortalized as a Tonie! LeVar Burton’s award-winning children’s book, The Rhino Who Swallowed a Storm, will…

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New Christian Novel Explores Dating, Drinking, and God’s Purpose for Our Lives


  By Tyler Tichelaar Erin Elise Kiu’s new novel One Transforming Love tells the story of Aubrey, a late-twenties manager working in public accounting who has decided it’s time to stop looking for love in all the wrong places and discover her life purpose. Aubrey has recently moved to San Diego from Chicago, and she is hoping to find a…

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The newly released “The Moral Line” by Vanessa Bogenholm is an intriguing novel of a lady who finds goodness in all men

The Moral Line” from Book Vine Press author Vanessa Bogenholm is a daring account of a 47-year old woman who fell into the world of being a high-paid escort. PALATINE, IL, UNITED STATES — “The Moral Line”: a captivating book perfect for readers who seek self-discovery, happiness, and contentment. “The Moral Line” is the creation of published author Vanessa Bogenholm,…

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TripleLift & GroupM Join Forces To Drive Ad Spend To Minority-Owned Publishers

Minority-Owned Publishers

Effort Directs Programmatic Ad Dollars To Black, Latinx, AAPI and LGBTQ+ Owned Companies NEW YORK, June 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — TripleLift, one of the fastest-growing ad tech companies in the world, and GroupM, the world’s largest buyer of media, have partnered on TripleLift’s “Underrepresented Voices” Exchange Traded Deal to help buyers direct more spend to minority-owned publishers. The initiative is a curated deal…

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Police Reform: Do Black Lives Really Matter?

Guilty When Black

A controversial book released by Yorkshire Publishing, “Guilty When Black,” is raising eyebrows in nation where law enforcement and police unions have long been considered protectors of the people. The question is: which people are they protecting? In Oklahoma, as many states, where police oversight and qualified immunity are staunchly guarded and where choke holds and racial injustice get nothing more than…

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Queen’s University historian releases new book on American evangelicals and the radical right

An historian from Queen’s University Belfast has launched a new book on one of the most controversial political movements in the American Christian Right. Survival and Resistance in Evangelical America: Christian Reconstruction in the Pacific Northwest’, by Professor Crawford Gribben from the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queen’s, has recently been published by Oxford University Press. Over…

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‘MIXED: Exploring What It Means to Be Blended in America’ by Jeanne Jones

Mascot Books announces the release of Mixed: Exploring What It Means to Be Blended in America, written by Jeanne Jones. Mixed is Jeanne Jones’s reflection on being a white wife and mother raising her blended biracial family in the Midwest, while also providing the call-to-action America so desperately needs: to fix the rampant racial injustice this country faces — not tomorrow, not in a year,…

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‘Three Stories From Nature’ is a Set of Enjoyable Bedtime Stories With Relatable Events for Children


Recent release “For Children; Three Stories from Nature” from Covenant Books author Joseph Clay Holmes is a delightful children’s book where kids can broaden their imagination, relate real-life events, and learn and instill values from the stories. NEW YORK, April 30, 2021 ( – Joseph Clay Holmes, a countryman, a nature-lover who enjoys doing outdoor activities with family, and father of…

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Mother and Daughter Author/Illustrator Debut Children’s Book to Celebrate Asian American Culture and Pride


“If you don’t see the book you want on the shelf, write it.” Beverly Cleary   SAN DIEGO, April 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Author Christine Paik ( followed the late Ms. Cleary’s advice, after wishing there were more Asian American books for herself growing up and now, for her own children. With the recent rise in Anti-Asian rhetoric and hate crimes in our country, she…

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Karmina: The Black Dragon Princess

Normalizing Black People in Mainstream Fantasy Kornelia Blackmore is publishing an erotic fantasy novel, with black people as the main characters. The mission with this novel is to normalize black people in mainstream fantasy and not the marginalized urban fantasy. The purpose is to make a statement regarding our ancient history, as this novel takes place in an alternate universe/timeline…

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