Monthly Archives: March 2016

Some Things Never Change

Some Things Never Change by Patricia Grady Cox I left New England for Arizona 25 years ago. Like many of the pioneer women of the 1800s (sort of), I kept a journal of the trip. My journaling has been hit … Continue reading

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One Woman’s Place in History (Her Story)

One Woman’s Place in History (Her Story) by C.K. Thomas In 1865, tickets in orchestra seating to see the play Our American Cousin, starring Laura Keene, cost $1, and box seats went for $6 to $10. Other seats ranged from … Continue reading

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Cook a Book with These Ingredients for Success

Cook a Book with These Ingredients for Success by Mary Ellen Stepanich I belong to several different writers’ groups. Some people might think I suffer from a form of overkill. But I believe each group offers a different perspective on … Continue reading

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Business Body Language Invades the Theatre

Business Body Language Invades the Theatre by Barbara Chatzkel Business Body Language in the theatre? Yes, the theatre is business. More accurately, the body language discussed in today’s blog reinforces the brand of two theatrical characters – Evita (Eva Peron) … Continue reading

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The Power of the Group: Bringing a Few Authors Together for Intimate Reading/Sales/Signing Events

The Power of the Group: Bringing a Few Authors Together for Intimate Reading/Sales/Signing Events by Laura Orsini My, how our little Meetup group – Phoenix Publishing & Book Promotion – has grown! When I took over as organizer of the … Continue reading

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YA Author Rendezvous at the Tucson Festival of Books

YA Author Rendezvous at the Tucson Festival of Books by Patrick Hodges On March 12  and 13, five authors journeyed down south for the 2016 Tucson Festival of Books. We were representing my Facebook group of Young Adult and kids’ … Continue reading

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10 Commandments of Content

by Shanan Winters I recently traded in my 22-year-old software engineering career for a brand new professional direction in content writing. It’s not often in life you get to make a huge, happy change, and I’ve been relishing every moment. … Continue reading

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