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Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., is proud to announce the release of Sweet Sophie Sue and Her Backyard Adventures by Debbie Neal. Ms. Debbie Neal is a retired Kindergarten teacher of 32 years.
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A new Christian devotional book brings to light the unspoken issues and struggles of infertility—a problem that potentially affects more women than breast cancer does.
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The Crumley House Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center hosted its annual Polynesian Beach Party Fundraiser last month, on Saturday, September 7.
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Zach Jordan, writer, director, cinematographer, and co-producer of "Carpe Kilimanjaro: An Alzheimer's Story" will include Johnson City, Tennessee as one of the cities he will be visiting for his documentary project.
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Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc. is proud to be a part of the 2019 Women in Entrepreneurship Conference, "Empowering Women." The conference, set to take place on Wednesday, April 24th in the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center in Abingdon, VA, will...
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Author James Jones will be available to sign copies of history book
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In the wake of the recent report that Facebook kept plain text copies of user passwords going back to 2012 it's more important than ever to be aware if the passwords you make use of have been leaked online.
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Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc. is proud to announce the release of A Little Black Cat's Big Adventure by Helen Thatcher. Helen Thatcher, author of Musings from a Jonesborough Porch, is a Scot who came to Tennessee with her Chattanooga-born husband.
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Bristol author Joe Tennis is signing copies of his latest book called Swamped!at the Johnson City Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 3030 Franklin Terrace, on Nov. 7, 4-7 p.m.