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Fly Me to The Moon

inDesign is the industry leader for producing printed material. It can layout anything from soup labels to magazine ads to full length books. It’s expensive, starting at $20 a month. 247 more words

A Model for a Novel

I’m halfway (50 K) through my novel. Early on I realized the setting—a girls’ summer camp/late spring—was becoming complicated. There were cabins for girls, cabins for counselors, a large meeting hall with a cafeteria, an outdoor stage, trees, gazebos, a parking lot…hedgerows, a house for the groundskeeper—sidewalks. 549 more words

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Murder on the Moor by Julianna Deering - a book review

Written in the classic style of Agatha Christie, Murder on the Moor by Julianna Deering is the fifth book in her Drew Farthering Mystery series. It follows Drew Farthering and his wife Madeline to Bunting’s Nest, England, a quaint country town in the 1930s. 452 more words

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What is a Book Without Pictures?

“A tall man looks from a battlemented roof over sea and shore; he holds a globe in his right hand, while a staff in his left rests on the battlement; another is fixed in a ring. 326 more words

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Welcome to my site! I’d love to connect with you and share my book Unwyrded (first book in the series).

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"Creating Your Own World" Sessions and Other Panels at Life, the Universe, and Everything 2017 (LTUE)

This year, many of my LTUE 2017 panels are on the Creating Your Own World track, with others in the Books and Writing tracks. I can’t wait! 250 more words

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If I Had More Time I Would Write You A Shorter Letter

The paragraph in quotes is entirely serviceable. Given time to edit, however, it can be more dynamic and easier to read.

In revising I cut the word count from 76 to 59. 396 more words