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On Friday, Vice President Biden swore in Suzi LeVine as the U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein. To honor American innovation and entrepreneurship, Ambassador LeVine chose to become the first U.S. Ambassador to take take the oath of office over a copy of the Constitution on an electronic device.

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On Friday, Vice President Biden swore in Suzi LeVine as the U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein. To honor American innovation and entrepreneurship, Ambassador LeVine chose to become the first U.S. Ambassador to take take the oath of office over a copy of the Constitution on an electronic device.

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Writer's Relief Blog: "Is Self-Publishing The Easiest Way To Get Published? Decoding The Hype And The Facts"

Thinking of self-publishing your book because you’re tired of the stress and frustration of making submissions to literary agents and editors? Feel like self-publishing is the easiest way of making your dreams of being a published novelist come true?

Self-publishing is NOT necessarily the easy route to achieving your dreams. Self-publishing companies strive to make the process of typesetting, binding, and printing your book appear stress-free and easy. But when you buy into the easiness hype, you may be opening yourself up to even more difficulties than if you’d continued trying to publish the traditional way. Here are just a few of the reasons self-publishing isn’t always as easy as it seems.

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