Monthly Archives: July 2014

“Pretty Little Killers” Authors Reveal Details of Skylar Neese Case on 20/20

A recent episode of ABC 20/20, “Unfriended,” featured Pretty Little Killers authors Daleen Berry and Geoffery C. Fuller explaining details of the tragic case of Skylar Neese—a 16-year-old girl murdered by other teen girls she considered her friends.

Their book offers an in-depth look at a horrifying murder that shocked the nation—why did two high schoolers kill their best friend? …

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YouTube Comics Offer Guide for Life’s Strangeness

Chances are, if you spend much time on YouTube or social media, you’ve seen a Tripp and Tyler video – maybe it was A Conference Call in Real Life (below), Sh*t Nobody Says, or High Five Etiquette. These guys are seriously funny – it’s no wonder their videos go viral.

BenBella is thrilled to have partnered with Tripp and Tyler on their profound and informative book Stuff You Should Know About Stuff: How to Behave in Certain Situations. …

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A Reporter Gets in Over His Head

When reporter Pete Crooks set out to write a simple feature article about a local PI firm that only staffed mothers, he never expected the biggest story of his career.

Pete met with the firm’s owner, Chris Butler, who was planning to launch a reality show showcasing his business, set to be called P.I. …

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Joe Satriani on Creative Freedom

Check out this great interview with BenBella author and guitar ledgend Joe Satriani in Rolling Stone!

When I started to write music that was completely divorced from any sort of idea of commercial success, the real me started to come out. Normally a musician in a session for a pop record would have to discard a lot of ideas because they won’t fit, …

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