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Wordly Ways

Can simply saying “thank you” spark the same good feeling you get from eating a candy bar? Yes! As wordsmiths, we all appreciate the power of a well-chosen word in a sentence. And today, new research proves that the words … Continue reading

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Magic Pens

“It’s like a magic stick you’re holding in your hand. You put your emotions on paper and just fly with it.” “I want to be remembered as a victor, not a victim. I feel like I can move mountains now.” … Continue reading

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Private Ryan

No, I’m not referring to the film, Saving Private Ryan, but to Ryan Smithson, the young author of Ghosts of War: The True Story of a 19-Year-Old GI. This book, written by a young man just a little older than … Continue reading

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