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Brought to life, 2000 years later...

To read this fascinating article by Andrew Trounson, University of Melbourne, and see some equally fascinating videos, click on the link or image below:

Modern technology and research has restored an ancient Egyptian woman, Meritamun, creating a unique teaching tool for medicine and health science

Brought to life, 2000 years later


Vegetarian Pica

Thanks to another flare of my iron deficiency anemia I have not only been enjoying a debilitating bout of fatigue, chills, and ghost pale skin, but I have been dealing with another round of vegetarian pica. 780 more words


Authors: Do You Have the Perfect Pitch?

From an article on The Book Designer Site:

When someone asks you what your book is about, can you clearly and concisely say it in 15 seconds or less? 40 more words


New e-book published

Dear readers,

My new novel ‘The Half Story’ has been published. Finally, much efforts the book is ready ! It is a story that revolves around human relationships-how people perceive it. 61 more words

EDITING 101: 08 - Using Song Lyrics in your Manuscript...

Originally posted as the Dun Writin’—Now Whut? series on this blog, EDITING 101 is a weekly refresher series for some of you and brand new for others. 648 more words


aurorajeanalexander reblogged this on Writer's Treasure Chest and commented:

Careful, Money-Trap! I didn't know using song lyrics in a manuscript would cost this much! Please read carefully if you have planned to mention lyrics of a song in your story!

Quick Tips for Paperback Page Numbering

When numbering the pages of your paperback manuscript, the thing quite a lot of Indies have trouble with is that they use Page Breaks rather than Section Breaks. 334 more words

Self Publishing Advice

aurorajeanalexander reblogged this on Writer's Treasure Chest and commented:

Jo Robinson from LitWorldInterview once more provides us with excellent and helpful tips for self publishing. This time it's the page numbering! Thank you Jo!! We are grateful for all your informative work!