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    By: Donna B
    I was looking for some lesser known authors to share and the first one I find interesting is Edwina C. Geach (b. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1870; d. New South Wales, 25 December 1905). How sad sh...
    Posted March 20, 2015
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    By: Donna B
    I have this on CD for anyone needing research from it, if writing stuff about magic, Wicca, etc. I had purchased it on CD, with other magic references when researching for my The Key novel that is sti...
    Posted September 9, 2014
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    In the dead of the night when you are alone fear not for I am here. See me not, but feel the vibrations of my heart stir the blanket upon your shoulder. As you dream of white clouds and blue skies, I ...
    Posted April 17, 2015
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    By: Donna B
    Have you ever wanted to stretch the boundaries of your writing, to join one of the many writing contests around? You're not alone, but the biggest and most well known requires a level of commitment ...
    Posted December 30, 2015
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    By: LS Admin
    Great characters that come to life for the reader are essential for the success of your book or short story. The reader needs to form some sort of bond with the character in order to want to read thro...
    Posted January 29, 2014
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    Random tidbits for my current work in progress that I wanted to save so I could refer back to them in one easy to find place. Scărișoara Cave (Romanian: Peștera Scărișoara), is one of the biggest ...
    Posted September 8, 2014
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    https://www.lulu.com/ I have published 3 books through Lulu. Two non-fiction, one fiction. To start with, you begin your account and then set up your first project. You give it a name, your auth...
    Posted November 8, 2014
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    Imagine: You have your manuscript ready to go, but you realize you still need to make edits. You’ve read through it over a million times, but you can’t come up with any new ways to make it better ...
    Posted December 22, 2014
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    By: LS Admin
    We use OpenOffice for all of our documents, spreadsheets, etc. as opposed to the rather expensive MS Office. This free program packs a lot in its goodie bag. We've not found anything we needed to do ...
    Posted March 8, 2014
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