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Adrienne Rubin

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Many women in the world even if they are married don’t feel fulfilled being a housewife and mother, but seek to upgrade their education or skills or open a business, which is exactly what author and businesswoman, Adrienne Rubin, decided to do.  She decided to create a business in a man’s world of diamonds. She’s thrust into a roller coaster journey filled with triumph, defeat, betrayal, heartache and challenges that can only be overcome by sheer tenacity and perseverance of will.

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Human Rights Activist-turned Documentarian Film producer’s & Author new books rethink identity in America

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Darius Kamali is a former analyst with the State Department supported International Monitor Institute, the visual evidence wing for several tribunals on war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. He transitioned to political documentary, then to television and feature animation producing in Hollywood, as executive producer on a number of movies. Recently the global pandemic provided the opportunity and catalyst for Kamali to return to his roots and his passion with two genre-bending, timely, thought-provoking, and critically acclaimed books; Mistake of Identity and Dog Whistling Dixie Past the Graveyard.

The books explore and deconstructs identity politics, political correctness, cancel culture, wokeness, media propaganda, and the role of individual consciousness in our broken political discourse. As both human rights activist and filmmaker Kamali brings a singular insiders perspective to his radical, contrarian, and controversial views that transcend the traditional right/left divide and evade easy categorization.

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JaMES GILBERT

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Successful Historian-Turned-Critically-Acclaimed-Novelist
Releases Suspenseful Mystery Thriller Featuring A Strong
Female Detective That’s Set In A Mexican Resort Town

"Murder at the Olympiad is a murder mystery that embraces
social, political, and psychological tensions between two
nations, creating a multifaceted read that is enlightening and
gripping on more than one level.”
–Midwest Book Review

“A deftly plotted mystery…”
–Kirkus Reviews
"Author Gilbert is a writer skilled at exploring internal angst
and postulating potential suspects and motives….As in most
good mysteries, readers are left to determine just how much of
the information being conveyed is of significance or mere
subterfuge."
–The US Review of Books

Thirty-five years ago, James Gilbert’s book was named as a notable book of the year by The New
York Times. That was for a book on history by the noted historian. Now he is at it again, this time
with a suspenseful thriller that reveals a murder mystery that will keep readers guessing – and on
the edge of their seats.
Murder at the Olympiad, his fourth novel and 16 th book, is the second of a series with Amanda
Pennyworth as an amateur detective. “I enjoy not only writing about history, but creating whole
new worlds in my books,” says Gilbert. “I especially liked drawing Amanda out of nothing.”
Gilbert is available to discuss the following:
 How the main character’s search for a killer of a young American leads her to some very
unpleasant truths about the Foreign Service in which she serves.
 Why Mexico is the perfect setting for a secret underworld to operate in his novel.
 How he fashioned his heroine detective in this novel, even though most detective stories
feature a male lead.
 How he transformed stories from history into imaginative tales of fiction.
 Trends in today’s mystery thriller genre.
 Why a historian is perfectly qualified to share made-up tales.
 What is fascinating about certain time periods in American history, from the Civil War
and World War I, to the Spanish Flu and the cultural era of the 1950s.

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A RETURN VISIT WITH HEALTH RESEARCHER /AUTHOR Ms. T. S. WILEY

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Ms. T.S.Wiley, author of these best-sellers:
               “Lights Out:  Sleep, Sugar and Survival”
                How to Really Get a Good Night’s Sleep–QUALITY SLEEP (what are the secrets???)
                      plus these other great selling points:   (ask her about each)
                      —how to lose weight
                      –how to curb your craving for carbohydrates
                      –how to eradicate depression
                      –how to lower your blood pressure and stress levels
                      –how to reverse Type 2 diabetes
                      –how to minimize the risk of heart disease
                      –how to help prevent cancer
                                   PLUS MUCH, MUCH MORE HIGHLIGHTS!

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