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How Many Toads Does a Woman Have to Kiss? -- New novel's protagonist walks the fine line between love and hate, passion and violence
HIXSON, Tenn., July 30, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- As the year 2000 approached, many people worldwide expected some sort of calamity to befall the planet: a catastrophe of epic proportions, perhaps. In the end, the famous New York City ball fell without incident; computers continued operation and Valentine's Day decorations and candies replaced the much-anticipated New Year's Eve 2000 favors. In short, it was "business as usual" for most individuals, including protagonist Sarah Callahan -- or so she thought. In Debra Stiles' new novel, He Called Her Mister (now available through 1stBooks), Sarah encounters her very own "Y2K" glitch: love.
AIDS Awareness Via Curlers and Condoms -- Cosmetologist Takes on Deadly Disease in the 'Bible Belt' and Tells Tale in New Book
COLUMBIA, S.C., July 30, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- In America, beauty salons are often viewed as havens, where people can figuratively -- and literally -- "let their hair down." Hairdressers and cosmetologists frequently play the part of counselor or friend and are privy to highly sensitive information -- from gossip to explicit accounts of sexual escapades or indiscretions. After 24 years in the business, DiAna DiAna decided to take on another role: AIDS awareness educator. In Curlers and Condoms (now available through 1stBooks), DiAna offers disease information and recounts how she began an outreach program in her salon, DiAna's Hair Ego, eventually touching more than 35,000 people worldwide.
Getting the Most for the Money Out of ABCs -- New Book Explores Controversial Issues in Spectrum of Education System
NEWPORT NEWS, Va., July 30, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- School used to be all about ABCs and 123s. In recent years, however, money and poverty has affected the quality of education for some students, especially in the rural and urban areas and certain laws have been passed to assist those who need it. These laws are often controversial and hard to grasp. In her new book, School Reform, Finance and Law (now available through 1stBooks), Pauline V. Tonsil reveals everything needed to know about recent reforms and laws.
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Ademi & O'Reilly, LLP, Wisconsin's Leading Class Action Law Firm, Announces Suit on Behalf of Dodge Durango Owners
MILWAUKEE, July 30, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The law firm of Ademi & O'Reilly, LLP, announced that a nationwide class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of owners of Dodge Durangos, model years 1998-2003. A copy of the complaint is available from Ademi & O'Reilly, LLP, or the Milwaukee Circuit Court Clerk's Office.