Monthly Archives: January 2016

Punctuation Matters

A quick chuckle for your viewing pleasure. The original post is here: http://www.scoopwhoop.com/humor/grammar-nerds-zindabad/.

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The Proper Hospitality

Kansas Territory, 1856 Rose let her eyes drift toward the barn as she and Jean-Pierre groomed the horses. “I just can’t believe it,” she said finally. “We have a brownie or leprechaun or something magic anyway, actually living in our

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Interview with Bette Stevens

Bette is an absolutely lovely person whom I feel privileged to consider an online friend. She and I share many common interests. She is kind, considerate, and a fierce advocate for monarch butterflies. So, Bette, who is your favorite character

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I Wrote a Bunch of Books–Now What?

Don’t you hate this feeling? I swear, I’ve listened to podcasts and webinars until I’m ready to scream, read blog post after blog post, followed self-publishing threads at Absolute Write, and I’m still not sure how to market my books.

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Captive Hope Is Here!

There’s a new installment in the history of The Twelve Realms! For those of you not yet familiar with them, their tale is chronicled by the inimitable Rachael Ritchey. The story began with The Beauty Thief, where Caityn struggles to

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When to follow the rules?

Okay, I love Pink Floyd’s music (although my favorite album was Wish You Were Here), but Grammarly’s absolutely right. Still, it was an effective protest. When do we follow the rules, and when should we deliberately break them? If we

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Dive

“Ready? Dive.” I clenched my regulator in my teeth and released the reservoir of air in the apparatus strapped to my back. The twenty-plus pounds of lead around my hips ensured that the waters of the Pacific Ocean closed rapidly

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