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Create Instant Indoor Container Gardens with Edible Fruits, Herbs and Flowers



“The Look: it’s a pretty book, well laid out with all of the photos in color with well written captions. The feel is smooth and cool, kinda like the flip side of the pillow. One could easily cuddle up with it and drift off to sleep.
The Text: the author, Richard W. Bender, has an easily readable style, very conversational and informal. He doesn’t use much in the way of jargon or overly technical terminology to make himself appear more learned.
The Information: he knows his stuff.”—AdamAskWhy.com (Adam’s Art and Bonsai Blog)

05/27/2011
The Brian Lehrer Show - Back From War

Author Paula Caplan on the Brian Lehrer show today discussing the psychological effects of war

James Foley, a correspondent for GlobalPost, and Clare Gillis, a freelance reporter for The Atlantic and USA Today, were both detained by the Libyan government while covering the war there. They’ll discuss their experience. Plus: psychologist and author Paula Caplan on the psychological effects of w

The importance of authors self-promoting their books
05/02/2011
Hot-Air Balloons to promote your book? Agent as PR Coach. | The Gatekeepers Post

The importance of authors self-promoting their books

As an agent who represents nonfiction authors (www.reginaryanbooks.com) I was fascinated by the article “Building a Brand” by Tony Perrottet in Sunday’s New York Times Book Review. It talked about how writers over the centuries have always had to promote themselves and gave a list of their (som

03/28/2011
When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home - The MIT Press

Paula Caplan's book is getting a wonderful reception. It's an important book with a challenge for all of us - what we can do to help vets. Because of its blistering critique of the professional psychological services offered to vets, I thought it would be more controversial than it's proving to be. Check out Paula's blog on Psychology Today - http://whenjohnnyandjanecomemarching.weebly.com/blog.html


one-liner: A psychologist’s impassioned call to stop labeling our traumatized war veterans as mentally ill and a guide to how every citizen can help returning vets.

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