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Elections

The New Hampshire Primary: Boost Or Bust

12 min

The New Hampshire Primary: Boost Or Bust

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Amanda Hocking is the best-selling author of the Trylle trilogy and six additional self-published novels. Mariah Paaverud/St. Martin's Griffin hide caption

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Author Interviews

A Self-Published Author's $2 Million Cinderella Story

6 min

A Self-Published Author's $2 Million Cinderella Story

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Music Interviews

Deathbed Music: The Final Works Of Famous Composers

10 min

Deathbed Music: The Final Works Of Famous Composers

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