Nonfiction book reports middle school

Colt Ross has spent the past six months detaching himself from the Hollywood world he grew up in, and home is the last place he wants to be. But he’s been called back by his overbearing father for reasons he can only imagine. Likely reasons that involve taking over the family corporation or fund raising among Hollywood elite—something Colt has no interest in being part of. Not that he has a choice; when you’re the son of an industry executive, rubbing elbows comes with the territory. In less than twenty-four hours he’ll be home. After all this time away, home no longer appeals to him. Especially not at Christmas. Leave it to his father to ruin a holiday.

“DANGEROUS is also unusual because we have a very unusually high number of direct sales. When we advertised on highly trafficked websites such as Breitbart, we provided direct sales links for the ads. Because they make us more money!” Milo explained. “If these reporters care so much about BookScan numbers, which don’t capture even close to the total sales numbers, why aren’t they pointing out that according to BookScan I ought to have placed #2 in hardcover nonfiction in the New York Times Best Seller list, not #4? Maybe someone should ask them… DANGEROUS has hit the Best Seller lists against all the odds, and it will stay there for a long time — whether social justice warriors in the media like it or not.”

Nonfiction book reports middle school

nonfiction book reports middle school

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