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The Questions To Ask Yourself To See If It Is Time To Make The Leap To A Business Premises Of Your Own

If you have wanted to start your own business for a while now, then you probably have a few plans in place. You might be working your job alongside another job, or just completely run the business from home. 513 more words

Working Together

7 Things to Do When You Want to Give Up (Instead of Giving Up)

By: Brian A. Klems | April 20, 2017

There are a lot of challenges and rewards to being an author, and one of the greatest (and sometimes brutal) challenges is getting published. 1,046 more words

Artful Writing

Top 10 Tuesday: I need to read this because...

What makes you instantly want to read a book?

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday over at The Broke and Bookish asks us to share any topic, theme or ANYTHING (i.e. 968 more words


Plot vs. Premise

When I first started writing, I was pretty much convinced that inspiration was all I needed to fuel my stories. I was a proud pantser then and I thought outlines existed solely to restrict my creativity. 782 more words


A Review of Paul Handover's, Learning from Dogs

Visit Paul Handover at https://learningfromdogs.com

If you have ever read a book that made you cried because the story was so beautiful and heartfelt, well, this is one of those memorable stories that touches your heart. 448 more words

Karen Dowdall

Premise Liability: When “One Small Step” Lands You in the Hospital

A slip and fall can change your life. It may seem like a very simple event, a trip over debris in a parking lot, a twist and fall from a slippery floor, a tumble down the stairs because of a loose hand railing. 29 more words