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Photo and story by LB Rogers / Contributing Writer  Music lovers filled the seats and lined the walls at Station Inn Tuesday night for a Charlie Worsham performance in celebration of the release of his new book, “Follow Your Heart.”  Worsham welcomed audience members to what he has affectionately named Station Inn, “the Sistine Chapel …

Photo by Tiffany Brady / MTSU Sidelines Elyce Helford, an MTSU professor of English and women’s and gender studies, was influential in the production of the multi-author book, “The Woman Fantastic in Contemporary American Media Culture,” which discusses how women are represented in modern popular culture. Helford was a senior editor for the 2016 book, …

Photo and story by Kashima Allen / Contributing Writer Murfreesboro’s Linebaugh Public Library hosted local author Jack Taylor Tuesday, allowing him the chance to sell and sign copies of his newly released book “Overcoming: My Journey from Abject Poverty to the American Dream,” published via CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. “Overcoming” focuses on the ever-changing hardships …

Photo by Steve Barnum / Lifestyles Reporter Not every summer day can be sunny and bright, but that’s OK. With a good book, a rainy day can quickly become the ultimate getaway. Don’t let the stormy days get you down, but instead pick up one of the five books listed below and tackle the day …

Photo courtesy of Raymond White Photography Story by Rachael Anne Keisling / Contributing Writer Although Chanekka Pullens currently works as an assistant manager in the retail industry, it’s her talent of putting thought on paper that truly allows her to stand out from others. To date, the 2015 MTSU graduate has written two books with …

Photo Courtesy of Flickr Story by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer All around campus you can find students, faculty and teachers off in their own worlds enjoying a good book. Some have personal favorites that they like to share, and “‘What are you reading?’ Wednesday is back with recommendations by people from all walks of …