Curtis W. Jackson Announces Debut of “Waiting for Regina” on Smashwords and Barnes & Noble

The new incredible heart-warming, beautiful, and disconcertingly reflective novel shares fantastic secrets on how teens and young adults can sustain through the roller-coastal, joys and pains of the many controversial issues confronting them Adolescence is a turbulent time for many teenagers as they come to terms with a new identity and seek the approval of peers. The transitional period is characterized by physical, emotional, and psychological changes that can be awkward, but also exhilarating as adolescents discover new and different experiences related to racism, bullying, interracial marriage, abuse, and loss of life. According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, the brain of an adolescent functions much differently than an adult’s, because his actions are guided more by the amygdala and less by the frontal cortex. This makes him more likely to act on impulse, get into accidents, become involved in fights and engage in risky behavior. These differences might also be responsible for an adolescent’s susceptibility to peer pressure, involvement in risky sexual behaviors, dangerous drug use, and racial inequality. That concern should be dispelled by “Waiting for Regina” which is a first in a series of anecdotal creative fiction books resulting from a series of digital[…]






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Tydee Up Your Trash with New Mobile App Thats Is Set To Become Bigger Than Uber

A new mobile app has been launched on iTunes that is set to change lives. It aims to make a big a difference to the trash industry as Uber has made to the transportation industry.   A new door-side waste removal service launched by three college friends for apartment complexes will change the way people dispose of their trash.  As well as making it easier to get rid of trash the service that is beta testing recycling will also save people money and make a big change to their lives as Uber has.   The mobile trash service app (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tydee/id1129803691?mt=8), which has been designed and launched by Joshua Guilbaud, Clark Williams, and Desmond McCain is set to become a major threat to the doorstep waste and recycling industry in the USA. It was launched to deal with the boring task of taking the trash out and making it easier for single parents, elderly people, busy moms, and professionals to dispose of their trash.   Taking the trash out and disposing of it is one of those jobs that most people don’t like to do and more often or not causes arguments. The app on iTunes, which is the most affordable[…]






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Art Johnson Thrills Again with Deadly Impressions

  (Los Angeles , CA – December) Before he began writing, Art Johnson was a Grammy nominated musician with over 40 years of experience in music and 10 CDs. He has toured all over the globe and his life experience has inspired his second mystery/thriller, Deadly Impressions, following the success of The Devil’s Violin. Johnson lives in Monaco, where the Princess Charlene has a copy of The Devil’s Violin kept in the palace. In his new book, Deadly Impressions, Johnson’s combines his travels and intelligence with a fascinating thriller that hold its readers captive to the last sentence as it follows FBI special Agent Chris Clarke and his partner Carlos Chubbs Gonzales to Los Angeles to investigate the kidnapping of a twenty-four year old heiress. Her grandfather, multi-billionaire Ezekiel Fick, who has the President of the United States on speed-dial, cracks the whip over the Mayor of Los Angeles, which puts LA Police Chief Fergus McCreary on the hot seat to find Stephanie Fick—and fast. After organizing the departmental investigation, Chief Mac goes behind closed doors to call in Arnold Blackburn, an ex-LAPD Lieutenant recently booted off the force who is now a Private Detective in LA County. Arney Blackburn[…]






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Amazon And Author Katrina Hardin Announces The Release Of Christmas Children’s Book Elf Bully: The Prequel That Encourage Children To Read

  A new fun Christmas book has been launched on Amazon for children to encourage them to read. Elf Bully: The Prequel tells the story of a naughty elf that decides to commit the crime of Christmas by stealing children’s Christmas presents. The book promotes literacy and discourages bullying. The author of Elf Bully, which was a big hit for children in 2011, and Annie ate 48 sour green apples, has now released her latest book called Elf Bully: The Prequel. (The Elfing Truth About Why You Don’t Get What You Want for Christmas). The book was written by Katrina Hardin to encourage children to read with the message from Father Christmas that reading is a good thing. The story follows a naughty elf that has put a plan together to spoil Christmas for children all around the world. He has broken the law and intends to steal the presents that Santa delivers. However, there is a flaw in the little Elf’s plan. If children read books, then it will slow down the Elf and stop children from losing out on the Christmas gifts that Santa is trying to deliver them. The story, which encourages children to read shows children how[…]






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