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How-to: Submitting Your Manuscript

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How-to: Submitting Your Manuscript
Interested in submitting a manuscript? We break down the how-to in this post. From types of manuscripts we're looking for to where you need to submit.

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Easy Halloween Costumes for the Unique Bookworm

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Easy Halloween Costumes for the Unique Bookworm
Looking for costume ideas? Here are 5 suggestions for the unique bookworm.

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The Most Haunted Pubs For Halloween

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The Most Haunted Pubs For Halloween
For all the thrill seekers out there, here's a guide on some of the most iconic and haunted pubs and restaurants in Portland, Oregon.

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6 Need-to-Know Alcohol Laws in the British Isles

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6 Need-to-Know Alcohol Laws in the British Isles

Nothing fits fall like chilly fog, warm drinks, and colorful trees. A trip to the British Isles is sure to curb your autumnal needs: beautiful foliage and the perfect fall climate. (And for those of you who dislike the cold, Britain is experiencing a warmer fall than normal this year. All the more reason to visit!) As you cuddle in cashmere in London - or bundle up in a nice wool coat in Dublin - you might want to sip something to brace yourself against the chill. Though the rules are a little different across the pond, here are six...

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The Daring and Dangerous World of Prohibition Rum Running

Posted by Katy O'Hara on

The Daring and Dangerous World of Prohibition Rum Running

Summer is one of the best times to cut loose and enjoy a drink (or two). However, Americans weren’t always able to enjoy this particular freedom — at least not legally. From 1920-1933, Prohibition made it illegal for alcohol of any kind to be made, imported, or sold in the United States. Some enterprising and daring souls knew that despite how difficult it may be, there were ways to get around the newly implemented laws. Rum running — the illegal transport of alcoholic beverages ashore across a forbidden border — began before the United States even had a nationwide ban...

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