Monthly Archives: February 2015

Skin Remodeling DIY: An Introduction to the Underground World of Do-It-Yourself Skin Care

Skin Remodeling DIY: An Introduction to the Underground World of Do-It-Yourself Skin Care by Deborah Tosline Have you heard of do-it-yourself (DIY) skin care that can remodel your skin, promote collagen production, and reduce hyperpigmentation? Welcome to the underground world … Continue reading

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2015 – The Year of the Goat: An “Unforgettable Year”

2015 – The Year of the Goat: An “Unforgettable Year” by Rebecca Joy What do Mark Twain, Mo Yan, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Isaac Asimov, and George Gordon Byron* all have in common besides being well known writers/authors? They’re all … Continue reading

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Multiple Intelligences

Multiple Intelligences by Ellen L. Buikema Howard Gardner, Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education at Harvard University developed a theory of multiple intelligences. There are nine: Linguistic Logical-Mathematical Spatial Body-Kinesthetic Musical Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalistic Existential Although every person’s brain has … Continue reading

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My Platform Needs Repair

My Platform Needs Repair by Dr. Mary Ellen Stepanich Before I self-published my memoir, D is For Dysfunctional…and Doo Wop, I read a lot of material and talked to several other authors about marketing my book. I was told, in … Continue reading

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Is that smile *really* a smile?

Is that smile really a smile? by Barbara Chatzkel Last month’s post provided an overview of facial business body language. Today we’ll spend time on two individual facial body language broadcast areas – the smile and eyebrows. Think of the last … Continue reading

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The Power of the Group: Join us at the Tucson Festival of Books!

The Power of the Group: Join us at the Tucson Festival of Books! by Laura Orsini In its 7th year, the Tucson Festival of Books is a premier event for book lovers all over the state, the Southwest, and even … Continue reading

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Why Every Writer Needs Graphic Designers

Why Every Writer Needs Graphic Designers by Jake Poinier Having started in the publishing business as a magazine editor, I’ve always valued the skills of talented graphic designers and web designers. As a professional freelance writer, it’s a relationship that’s … Continue reading

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Critical Mass and the Indie Author

Critical Mass and the Indie Author by Diana DeLugan Critical Mass is a nuclear physics term, defined as the smallest mass that supports a nuclear reaction at a sustainable level. When applied to the independent publishing market, indie authors can … Continue reading

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Become a Better Writer Through Your Local Library

Become a Better Writer Through Your Local Library by Nick Nebelsky For the past three years, I have concentrated on writing and illustrating children’s books and story apps. Most recently, my books have centered on a turtle with a square … Continue reading

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Hmmm …

Hmmm … by Lewis Hellyer I have drawn a blank for subject matter for this blog. All the others do such a terrific job with their posts. I feel somewhat intimidated to be among so many talented writers. I suppose … Continue reading

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