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Writing in the Aftermath by Michelle Arch

af•ter•math (ăf’tər-măth’) n. 1. A consequence, especially of a disaster or misfortune: famine as an aftermath of drought. 2. A period of time following a disastrous event: in the aftermath of war. 1,215 more words

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#AtoZChallenge: P is for Point of View

For the A-Z challenge, I am posting writing and editing tips to help you improve and enhance your writing.

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Reader's Choice Poll: What Should I Giveaway?

Hello! Feels like I haven’t seen everyone in ages. Even though I’ve been posting things from the archives, it’s not quite the same as actually creating new content and spending time with you lovely folks. 263 more words

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#Hashtags, by Lindsay Bandy

If a tweet goes out into the Twitterverse and nobody sees it, does it actually make an impact in your “platform?” The answer is a resounding no! 544 more words

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#AtoZChallenge: O is for Opening Lines

A-Z Challenge

For the A-Z challenge, I am posting writing and editing tips to help you improve and enhance your writing.

O is for Opening lines… 407 more words

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Blogging... "if that counts." #blog #writing

Today I finally broke down and applied for a credit card at a local bank. I knew that the guy behind the desk (I didn’t think to ask what his actual title was, so “guy behind the desk” will have to do) was trying to make conversation in a somewhat false manner in order to keep the sale going. 551 more words

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#AtoZChallenge: N is for Nice… and other boring adjectives you can do without

A-Z Challenge

For the A-Z challenge, I am posting writing and editing tips to help you improve and enhance your writing.

N is for Nice… and other boring adjectives you can do without… 243 more words

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