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Here you’ll find quick tips, advice, and informative articles from authors new and old. And if you like what you see, there’s likely a book where that came from.

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survive a pandemic
Michael Greger, MD FACLM

Dr. Michael Greger explains how humans contribute to viral outbreaks and what we can do to prevent the spread of deadly diseases in the future.

the burning
Tim Madigan

Tim Madigan, author of The Burning, discusses historic details of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and explains why the event is still relevant today. 

permission to feel
Marc Brackett

Marc Brackett, author of Permission to Feeloffers his suggestions for making the home a place where all members feel heard, welcome, and safe. 

five midnights
Ann Cardinal, Writing for

Ann Cardinal, author of "Five Midnights," discusses her opinion on "deciduous": not only her favorite word, but the one she misspells most often. 

miracle creek
Angie Kim, Writing for

Angie Kim discusses how grammar, specifically syntax and dialogue, played a role in characterization in her novel "Miracle Creek." 

QDT Editor

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