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Winners named in "Year's Best Dog Stories" contest

Winners named in "Year's Best Dog Stories" contest

Twenty-seven writers from eleven states and four countries have been honored with inclusion in the forthcoming book-length anthology, The Year’s Best Dog Stories 2021. The new anthology is a joint project of Secant Publishing in Salisbury, Maryland and The Greyhound – An Indie Bookstore, in Berlin, Maryland. The original stories in the new book are sure to appeal to dog lovers everywhere, running the gamut from humor to tragedy, with occasional dashes of mystery, suspense and tall tales thrown in for good measure. The special agonies and losses of a year of Covid pandemic are a recurring theme in several...

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Easton author narrates his award-winning novel

Easton author narrates his award-winning novel

William Peak, known as the "Library Guy" for his many years of directing communications for the Talbot County Free Library, has narrated his own award-winning historical novel, The Oblate's Confession.

Professionally edited and produced by a sound engineer, the unabridged script comes in at 14 hours 19 minutes. It is available on multiple platforms including Authors Direct.

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Internet conspiracy book debuts in Berlin on June 5

Internet conspiracy book debuts in Berlin on June 5

Eastern Shore journalist and podcaster Tony Russo will read and sign copies of his new book, Dragged Into the Light, at the book’s launch event from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, June 5 at The Greyhound Bookstore in Berlin. 

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English author writes first biography of Eastern Shore settler

English author writes first biography of Eastern Shore settler

The Henry Bagwell Story is the first biography of an important early settler of the Eastern Shore of Virginia, by a first-time British author.

The book began as a personal genealogy quest by Margaret A. Rice, who set out to explore her Elizabethan-era merchant ancestors in Devon.

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