Last week I was the featured speaker at a writer’s festival in our town. While the questions the moderator asked me were about my recently published book, when it came time for audience questions, they seemed much more interested in how I got my book published. 537 more words
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Or at least that’s what it feels like.
One time, and one time only, did I ask a guy out. It was to my prom. My on-again off-again boyfriend was off and there was no one in my school I was interested in at all. 302 more words
On the eve of a recurring catastrophic event known to extinguish nations and reshape continents, a troubled orphan evades death and slavery to uncover her own bloody past… while a world goes to war with itself. 549 more words
When you’ve read a particular author’s oeuvre (or most of it), do you tend to favor the very first book you read?
I’ve been thinking about this for some time, and I think that in my case, my “first encounter novel” of a particular writer is usually the one I end up liking most. 284 more words
I thought I was going to get so much writing done this summer. I did manage to crank out a sixy-two page thesis that convinced my advising professor that I could have a future as a literary critic and send off a lot of (admittedly, rejected) query letters. 333 more words
Good day everyone,
This post will focus on one of the basics of AX, AOT Query. A query performs the same function as the select statements but it’s a better option because it allows for more flexible user interaction when defining which records are to be retrieved, it’s also a best practice to use it instead of select statement when the structure of the query is not known until run time. 301 more words