2010 Best New Books for Middle Grade and Young Adult Readers

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2010 Top Summer Reads for Middle Grade and Young Adult Brennan, Sarah Rees. Demon’s Lexicon. Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing/Margaret K. McElderry. 2009. From School Library Journal Starred Review. Grade 9 Up–In this riveting debut novel, 16-year-old Nick and his older brother, Alan, are accustomed to life on the run. Since their father was murdered, […]

Code of Civil Procedure Section 170.6 Peremptory Challenge in California

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A Code of Civil Procedure section 170.6 peremptory challenge in California is the topic of this article. A peremptory challenge in California is authorized and governed by the provisions of Code of Civil Procedure section 170.6 and may be used to disqualify any judge, court commissioner, or court referee whom an attorney or party has […]

Is Writing Or Working Within the Genre of Erotica Discriminated Against?

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To be quite honest, I never thought I would ever say this, but, yes, I think it is. Up until now, maybe I’ve been naïve but I’ve never had a serious problem with what genre I write in. But, now, unfortunately, I do. Not only does it affect my writing and my website but it […]

Legality of Ma Huang in the USA: What Is Legal and What Is Not

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The case of ephedrine is very interesting and it’s not a surprise if so many people commented it and made such a buzz out of each new development regarding the legal status of this substance. Many newspapers published series of articles commenting the ban of ephedrine by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The reasons […]

Improvisation Games For the Young Actor

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Improvisation games are a wonderful way to break the ice with your new cast, to review and build skills and to help your actors find themselves in the characters they are portraying and the script you are working on with them. Through improvisation exercises and games actors learn to respond quickly to changes in their […]
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