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"GORDON PARKS - (1912-2006) Fort Scott, Kansas Photo-Litho Printed later 20th Century 8 3/4\" x 5 3/4\" (Image Size)"

"GORDON PARKS - (1912-2006) Fort Scott, Kansas Photo-Litho Printed later 20th Century 8 3/4\" x 5 3/4\" (Image Size)"

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How Did Virtual Book Tours Revolutionize Book Publicity? You can coordinate your own tour but it is time consuming. I use a great service that does all the heavy lifting:  The virtual tour for my new novel, 'Eden' Starts tomorrow.

Eden by Jamie Lisa Forbes Publisher: Pronghorn Press, (May 25, 2020) Category: Literary Fiction, Southern Fiction, Family Fiction Tour dates: May &

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A Rainbow Arches Over Victoria Falls In Zimbabwe

A picture might be worth a thousand words but National Geographic photos leave us speechless. Known for their captivating daily pictures, they also offer an opportunity to dive into the photo archives of previously unpublished or forgotten works.

Celebrating cultures around the world and vivid moments of our past, the project National Geographic Found curates historical images and breathes new life into them. Started in 2013 to celebrate National Geographic’s 125th anniversary, the project retrieves images from the Nat Geo archives, and showcases moments that have been lost and are just now being rediscovered Some of these photos were never published, and others were run in the magazine many years ago and then forgotten. Each careful...

Celebrating cultures around the world and vivid moments of our past, the project National Geographic Found curates historical images and