The Penmen Profile: Janice Holly Booth, Author and Adventurista

by Gabbi Hall Name a genre and Janice Holly Booth has probably written it. Janice, an adventurista and former court recorder, has  published two books: a true crime novel, “A Voice out of Nowhere: Inside the mind of a mass murderer” and a memoir, “Only Pack What You Can Carry.”…

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How Journalism Helped Author Teresa Santoski Hone Her Craft

by Pamme Boutselis Newly published author Teresa Santoski is also a journalist, whose award-winning humor column, Tete-a-tete, is published the first and fifth Thursday of the month in the entertainment section of The Telegraph, a daily newspapers in southern New Hampshire. Santoski’s first book, “Prayers for Oppa,” is a Christian…

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Thought Leader Peter Worrell: Providing Enterprise Value in His New Book

by Pamme Boutselis and Gabbi Hall Known as a thought leader on the art of building sustaining enterprise value for all stakeholders in private owner-managed organizations, author Peter Worrell shares a wealth of knowledge and experience in the recent McGraw-Hill release, “Enterprise Value: How the Best Owner-Managers Build Their Fortune, Capture…

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SNHU Spotlights International Bestselling Author Sy Montgomery

by Pamme Boutselis While researching more than 20 books for adults and children, award-winning author Sy Montgomery has been chased by an angry silverback gorilla in Zaire, bitten by a vampire bat in Costa Rica, worked in a pit of 18,000 slithering snakes in Manitoba, hunted a tiger in India, and…

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Creating a Writer’s Life: SNHU Talks with Krysha Thayer

by Pamme Boutselis Krysha Thayer has been a freelance writer since 2007, writing about technology, pets, health and the art of writing itself. She is also an online student with Southern New Hampshire University, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in creative writing with a focus in fiction, and is currently working…

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SNHU Talks Radio, Writing and Education with Michael C. Keith

by Pamme Boutselis Michael C. Keith is the author of over 20 books on electronic media, including “Talking Radio,” “Voice in the Purple Haze,” “Radio Cultures,” “Signals in the Air,” and the classic textbook “The Radio Station.”  A multi-award winner in his academic field, Keith is the author of dozens…

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The Storyteller: A SNHU Chat with Rebecca Rule

by Pamme Boutselis Rebecca Rule gathers and tells stories. Her latest book (and first picture book for children) is “The Iciest, Diciest, Scariest Sled Ride Ever,” illustrated by Jennifer Thermes. Other books include: “Moved and Seconded: NH Town Meeting, the Present, the Past, and the Future,” “The Best Revenge” (named one of five essential…

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