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My Country Loves to Read, Sweet Land of Lit-erty!

Happy 4th of July one and all! Hope all BBQs, fireworks and patriotic caroling are going off without a hitch. Or, if you prefer some alone time, show your star-spangled pride by picking up the work of an American author this Independence Day weekend! 303 more words


To England and Wales, the mother country(s), on the 4th of July

First of all, my beloved sister nation, Great Britain, I want you to know that I love you like the siblings we are.

We here on the west side of the Atlantic just needed our own space, and having separate rooms really did improve how we interacted with each other. 117 more words


The Pink House on Dewey Street

I’m living in an area of San Antonio that was unknown to me when I was boy. I had no idea the area even had a name other than “that poor part of San Antonio.” I grew up on the north side of town, in a subdivision called Oak Glen Park, a middle-class enclave with plain homes and small plots of land. 181 more words


Gearing up for #PNWA2015

I love conventions. Especially writer’s conventions, where the craft of writing is the central theme, so that is why I look forward to the PNWA convention… 593 more words


Indie Authors: Should You Hire a Professional Editor to Polish Your Book Before Publishing

5 Reasons to Hire a Professional Editor and What that Editor Can Provide

by Michelle Rene Goodhew

Even if you think you are aware of the basic reasons why it is a good idea to hire a professional editor, this article is worth reviewing. 1,115 more words


Turn Off Your Internal Critic and Write!

Sometimes you don’t know what you need until it appears in front of you. Such is the case with a creativity coach. In the fall of 2013, an offer came across a writer’s loop for free sessions from Denise Agnew. 983 more words


The Lane of Unusual Traders (Stage 2) - Short Stories

Those most excellent judges Andrea Baldwin and Tom Dullemond have once again scoured through your submissions to find the short stories they believe will add most to The Lane of Unusual Traders. 148 more words