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email@example.comArea artists set up easels and painted in the cold morning air Saturday as throngs of best-selling author Nora Roberts’ fans lined up for a noon book signing. Promotions bill Roberts’ “Inn BoonsBoro” trilogy as being “...
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Name: Robin Murphy Age: 49 City in which you reside: Sharpsburg Day job: Administrative associate in the Graduate Studies & Continuing Education Division, Shepherd University Book title: "Secret of the Big Easy" Genre: Paranormal Mystery Publisher:...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn a way, breast cancer changed Christine Clifford’s life for the better. Just 19 years old when her mother lost her battle with the disease at age 42, Clifford found a lump in her breast during a routine self-examination that led to her own...
Conococheague Institute to hold membership meeting WELSH RUN, Pa. — The Conococheague Institute's annual membership meeting will be Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Welsh Barrens Visitors Center, Rock Hill Farm, at 12995 Bain Road in...
Same old story: Men and religion try to dictate to women To the editor: Having been raised as a conservative Midwestern Catholic and later, as a convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon), I feel that I can comment on the...
email@example.comAfrican-American authors from as far away as Atlanta and Cleveland converged on the Bridge of Life church in downtown Hagerstown on Saturday to participate in the inaugural Urban Book Festival. Event organizer Ladetra Robinson said she used Facebook...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJeff Shaara likes to tell people things they don’t know. And he has found a way to make quite a lucrative living doing so. The author of eight New York Times best-selling historical novels spoke of his passion for sharing unknown stories...
email@example.comAfter Pulitzer Prize-winning author James M. McPherson spoke to a large crowd about the Battle of Antietam for about 45 minutes Sunday night, Ed Bearss approached the podium and jokingly thanked his longtime friend for his “preliminary remarks&...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWho knew whooping cough could influence a career choice? Not in medicine — but as an author. That was the case with romance fiction writer Mariah Stewart, who at the age of 7, spent an entire summer in bed, recuperating from the respiratory...
email@example.comThe phrase “brother vs. brother” during the United States Civil War was given a literal meaning in Charles Town, W.Va., author Bob O’Connor’s most recent book, “A House Divided Against Itself.” The historical...
Name: M. Albert Morningstar Age: 65 Cities of residence: Fayetteville, Pa., and Mission, Texas Occupation: Retired attorney Book titles in the trilogy: "Murder At The PBR," "Murder At The PRCA" and "Murder At The NFR" (available in the fall) Genre:...
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Tuesday marks the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on our nation. First Hose Co. of Boonsboro will host the 9/11 remembrance parade in memory of the fire, rescue and law enforcement personnel who lost their lives Sept. 11, 2001. The event...
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