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Frank Cruz always told other people’s stories. Now, he tells all in his memoir about his days as a reporter, Telemundo co-founder and everything in between. He carved paths for others along the way.
Jeanine Cummins’ novel about a migrant family, “American Dirt,” hasn’t been published yet but has already stirred a debate: Who should tell what stories?
James Taylor’s audio-only memoir, “Break Shot: My First 21 Years,” will be released on Audible on Jan. 31.
Christopher Tolkien helped edit and publish much of J.R.R. Tolkien’s work after the science fiction and fantasy writer died in 1973.
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