On 4/30/19 @ABCNetwork airs 1969 “Manson Girls” via @stacyamiller85 #1969 #MansonGirls

New docu-series 1969 weaves together rarely told stories of the moon landing, Manson murders, Chappaquiddick scandal and Woodstock with that of Nixon’s first year in office, John Lennon’s Bed-Ins for Peace, FBI shootouts with black activists and the Stonewall Uprising. The six-part series features gripping first-hand accounts of how these events came together at the same dizzying, chaotic time. “1969” premieres Tuesday, April 23 (10:00–11:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network. The six-part docu-series’ original score by multiplatinum producer and GRAMMY®-nominated artist, producer and songwriter Salaam Remi pays tribute to the revolutionary sounds of a year that reshaped rock.

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#TheBoldType The Deep End S3Ep4 Preview via @stacyamiller85 @thekatiestevens @aishadee @MeghannFeghann @BoldTypeWriters @TheBoldTypeTV

The Bold Type returned for Season 3 on Tuesday, April 9, 2019.

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Law and Addiction Book Review from @kleffnotes

Mike Papantonio brings his real life experience as a lawyer to the pages of Law and Addiction. Besides being a writer, Papantonia is a senior partner of Levin Papantonio, which is one of the biggest plaintiffs’ law firms in America focused on Big Pharma, tobacco, and automotive cases. The firm is taking action against wholesale distributors and manufacturers of opioids. In his fictional work, Law and Addiction, his main character is also devoted to recovering the immense damages that have been caused by opioid distribution in West Virginia and Ohio. Continue reading “Law and Addiction Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Marriage Training @cleispress Book Review from @kleffnotes

Lord Gabriel Cecil, Earl of Cranborne had never given much thought to marriage, but when he sees how intimate and happy another man in his social circles is with his new bride he is suddenly fixated on the idea. At a wedding he becomes enamored of a young woman who is just about to near the age that she can make her debut in society. Vivian Stafford is not from a rich family, but she happens to be attending a wedding full of impressive members of Victorian society. From the moment she has a chance encounter with the dark and handsome Gabriel she is swept up in a new life full of learning experiences. Continue reading “Marriage Training @cleispress Book Review from @kleffnotes”