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Books can transport you. A great man once said that reading books is like living many lives. We believe that reading has the power to let people experience multiple facets of life that cannot be experienced within a single lifetime. Gaining knowledge and insight into the lives and experiences of others through the books we read widens the horizon of our perspective. It breeds awareness, understanding, and tolerance to people’s differences.

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Coming Out on Top: A Guide to Exam Preparation

You may have heard of your professor saying that this is the best online courses to help you prepare for the GRE test. You may have read terrifying tales about your degree’s licensure exam. Or maybe you’re just someone who aspires to get better grades through sheer willpower, without necessarily being a genius. Read along, for this cheat sheet to exam preparation was made just for you! Assemble Quality Resources Exam preparation will always start with gathering the appropriate materials to guide you as you study. Think of anything you can utilize to expand your knowledge such as …
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Books Suited for Custom T-Shirt Entrepreneur

Books Suited for Custom T-Shirt Entrepreneur

To be a successful t shirts entrepreneur, you need to have more advantages compared to your competition. Since it is a free market, any method is allowed in generating income as long as it is legal. One business, the T-Shirt business, has so many competitors yet you can still able to achieve a turn-around improvement even with a single concept. Making custom t-shirts may seem easy but how to market those ideas among an ocean of other brands can seem too impossible to do. In order for you to be equipped with the right strategies …
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What March Has to Offer

What March Has to Offer

Countless must-reads are hitting the shelves every month. There’s a lot more than we can name here. But, no matter how hard it was to narrow down the list, here are our Monthly Must-Reads for March: My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell Kate Elizabeth Russell admits that it’s been intimidating writing her debut novel in the #MeToo era. The book is about a 15- year old girl named Vanessa, who has a love affair with his 42-year old teacher, Jacob Strane. Almost 20 years later, a former student accuses Krane of sexual abuse which …
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