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Where Did It Come From?

# @ $ & ♥ HAVE YOU EVER wondered where some of today’s most commonly used icons and glyphs came from? Well, you’re not alone. Joseph Foley recently wrote an article explaining the origins of eight of these iconic symbols. … Continue reading

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Book Review

My Point…And I Do Have One by Ellen Degeneres Summary: Ellen DeGeneres shares her hilarious take on everything from our most baffling human foibles–including how we behave in elevators, airplanes, and restrooms, and why we’re so scared of the boogeyman–to … Continue reading

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New and Improved…

I’ve been working with my cover designer (DL-Designs and Digital Art) to spruce up the cover on my book The Starstone. It’s been five years since the book was first released, and I’ve learned a lot more about what constitutes … Continue reading

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Some Book-Related Humor

 

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What to Do With Those Little Squiggles

Commas. A simple, yet important little squiggle that writers use to indicate a pause in the flow of thought and words. Without commas sentences could (and probably do) run on forever. Lists become nearly impossible to decipher because there is … Continue reading

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Free Ebook: Life and Nature

I’ve just published a free ebook. It’s a (hopefully) first in a series of photos and poetry that I hope people can enjoy. I’ll admit it, it’s more of a personal project–I just want to put out something personal and … Continue reading

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Finding the Right Editor for You

So many articles tout the need for editing. They give examples of poor writing, worse punctuation, and unrefined or sluggish plots. But how do you, a burgeoning writer go about finding someone who will edit your beloved manuscript and not … Continue reading

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