Valentine’s Day is coming up next week, which means love is in the air and dating is on the rise.
On Saturday, February 9, Author Tara Richter will be live on FOX News 13 with Sorboni Banerjee. At 8:30 a.m., Tara will be discussing the dating do’s and don’ts from her Dating Jungle series.
Tara just published the 4th book in the series, The Dating Jungle: Adult Coloring Book.
Other books in the series include 10 Rules to Survive the Dating Jungle and 5 Steps to Heal a Broken Heart.
If you’re single and still looking for that special someone, you won’t want to miss this!
This hilarious, bestselling adult coloring book is the fourth in the Dating Jungle series. The author, Tara Richter, gives real-world dating advice to help you navigate the territory of popular dating apps like Tinder. For example, when is it okay to send a dick pic? Each very helpful tip has a corresponding therapeutic coloring page to help you de-stress from annoying dates. So pour yourself a glass of wine, get your colored pencils out, and have some fun! Post your finished pictures on social media with the hashtag #datingjunglecoloringbook and share with others in the jungle. If you enjoy this book, you may benefit from the entire Dating Jungle series, which can be found here: http://www.tampadatingjungle.wordpress.com or follow us on Facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/datingjungle.
You may know that Martin Luther King Jr. was a civil rights leader, but here are some surprising facts about him that you may not have heard in school.
1. His birth name was Michael, not Martin.
The civil rights leader was born Michael King Jr. on January 15, 1929. In 1934, however, his father traveled to Germany and became inspired by the Protestant Reformation leader Martin Luther. As a result, King Sr. changed his own name as well as that of his 5-year-old son.
2. He entered college at the age of 15.
King was such a gifted student that he skipped grades 9–12 before enrolling in 1944 at Morehouse College. King was ordained before graduating college with a degree in sociology.
3. He was imprisoned nearly 30 times.
According to the King Center, King went to jail 29 times. He was arrested for acts of civil disobedience and on trumped-up charges, such as when he was jailed in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1956 for driving 30 miles per hour in a 25-mile-per-hour zone.
4. George Washington is the only other American to have had his birthday observed as a national holiday.
In 1983, President Ronald Reagan signed a bill that created a federal holiday to honor King. The holiday, first commemorated in 1986, is celebrated on the third Monday in January, close to King’s January 15 birthday.
The Downtown Clearwater Art Walk is a local event that gives guests the opportunity to explore the many restaurants and art shops in the downtown area. There will be live music, a curated art exhibit open to the public to view and purchase artwork, and food and drink specials at all participating downtown locations.
Local authors Brittney Kempink and Ashley Shayne Pierce will be doing book signings in Richter Publishing’s new office at the Station Square Creative Suites.
Three Friends Limeade Brittney Kempink
Brittney Kempink is the author of Three Friends Limeade, which is a vividly illustrated children’s book about a group of friends who start a successful business together and learn entrepreneurial skills along the way.
Ashley Shayne Pierce is the author of Things They Fail to Tell You During Pregnancy, which is a quick guide that explores every aspect of becoming a new parent and ranges from contemplating pregnancy to advanced postpartum.
Come explore the Art Walk and visit Richter Publishing!
Friday, August 31, 2018
628 Cleveland Street C1
Clearwater, FL 33755