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How to Get Your Kid into a Top College Without Getting Arrested

Susan Konig

Moms and Dads, if you’ve ever wondered how to get your child into college without having the feds show up at your house with guns drawn, you’ve come to the right place. Try this one weird old trick to get kids into the college of their choice — no bail necessary


My husband and I have sent three kids off to college. In a few years, number four gets the boot, too. As all parents — even super wealthy celebrities — know, the college search, application, and acceptance process is stressful! But we never went all Veruka Salt and demanded, “I want an Oompaloompa — and acceptance to USC for my kid — now!”


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Can I get my kid into college without ending up in the big house?

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Willow Street Press
proudly announces its acquisition
of the debut novel by
Peter Antonucci

Billionaire’s Paradise:

Ecstasy at Sea

coming March 2019

New York, N.Y. July 24, 2018 --Willow Street Press is proud to announce that it has signed debut novelist Peter Antonucci for the first in a trilogy of books about the very, very rich and their lives, loves and scandals aboard a palatial megayacht.

Billionaire’s Paradise: Ecstasy at Sea chronicles the adventures of Eva Lampedusa, a high-powered and highly successful attorney who has an idea.

When a Saudi prince is saddled with a megayacht he doesn’t want, Eva wonders if she could bring together a community of uber wealthy jetsetters and captains of industry to live aboard the super yacht and sail around the world enjoying elite experiences most can only imagine in their wildest dreams.

First-time fiction writer Peter Antonucci beckons readers aboard as he masterfully spins a fast-paced tale about the ultrarich world he knows something about. Antonucci was a litigator in the New York City offices of two of the largest law firms in the world before retiring from the active practice of law at age 52 to sail around the world on a megayacht and write books.

This video was produced by Tracy Chevier, shot by Alexi Duran, and edited by Kellie Sieban.


by Mary Sciglimpaglia / HOOPLAHA.COM


     Do you believe that love conquers all? This story of Annette Ross and her family will convince you it does.

Annette and her husband Bill were living a fairy tale life in the upscale town of New Canaan, Connecticut, building a beautiful life together. They had one daughter and a second one on the way, but that's when things changed.


     In 2000 while in labor with her second child, Annette suffered a spinal cord injury that left her confined to a wheelchair; her dream life she was living with Bill seemed to be shattered.

But life goes on and it has a way of working out. Annette still may be in the wheel chair, but she doesn't let that stop her from spending time with her family (she had three more daughters after her accident) and living her life. "I want people to learn that love is bigger than ourselves" says Annette.


     With the love of her family and through the act of writing, Annette has overcome the tragedy in her life. "A lot of people write their way out of their situations and I wanted to do that." She recently wrote and released a book titled Where Fairy Tales Go: A Love Story that shares the details of her life. "Life is bitter-sweet and I'm more at peace with that after writing this book."

Annette Ross's Where Fairy Tales Go: A Love Story is available on Amazon.

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