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The New Voice Behind Jessica Fletcher’s ‘Murder, She Wrote’

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I got the call from my agent on a Sunday afternoon last May. “Don Bain isn’t well,” he said, referring to another client who’d penned all 46 titles in the Murder, She Wrote series. “He’s not going to be able to write the ‘Murder, She Wrote’ books anymore. Would you be interested in taking the series over?” It took me all of two seconds to respond.  “Absolutely,” I said. Of course, at that point I had no idea what I was in for because I’d never read a single book in the series, although I was a huge fan of the spectacularly successful television show on which they were based. I’d also never written in first person, much less from…

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“Man on a Mission”: Bill Nye the Science Guy Documentary Debuts in NYC

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Bill Nye is ‘the science teacher you wish you had,” according to a new documentary on his life and work.  The film, Bill Nye: Science Guy, features the star of the 90’s kid’s TV show of the same name, his personal life, beliefs and how he viewed by his peers. A description of the film describes Nye as “a man on a mission: to stop the spread of anti-scientific thinking across the world.”  Nye has been very vocal in recent years about climate change and the impact it will have on future generations. Now the CEO The Planetary Society, an organization Carl Sagan, Nye has been a staunch advocate for  “science, research, and discovery.”  Science Guy gives audiences  an intimate…

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3 Fabulous Teen Shows and 1 Book that are Totally Cheesy

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Is there anything better than a super-cheesy teen show? The answer is obviously no. While “grown up” shows might have drama and romance, they never quite match the intensity —or ridiculousness—that the teens bring. I’ve been watching teen dramas since I was a little girl and decades later I still haven’t grown out of them (I probably never will at this rate). If you adore over-the-top drama, love triangles that never end and enjoy regular random accidents, then you might also be a teen show addict. Join me as I binge on three of my favorites—plus one drama-filled book: One Tree Hill Oh, One Tree Hill. You’re so over the top with your car crashes, teen marriages, pregnancies, more car…

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