Monthly Archives: October 2018

Vacation Time in Texas

Vacation Time in Texas by Beth Kozan The summer I was 12, my family took a vacation to “See Texas.” If you’ve never traveled north to south in Texas, it might be hard to realize how long it took to … Continue reading

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Sometimes You Need a Break

Sometimes You Need a Break by Patricia Grady Cox Having finished THE CABIN DOOR (my third novel), I have begun my search for an agent. At the same time I am diligently promoting my two published novels, CHASM CREEK and … Continue reading

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Celebrating Indie Authors on Indie Author Day

Today is Indie Author Day. If you know an author, chances are they are an independent author. Just in case you’re wondering, here’s the definition of an indie author from the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi). ALLi defines an independent … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: Dictionaries Rock New Words

The Effective Author: Dictionaries Rock New Words © 2018 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. kebba.com Earlier this year, I wrote about The Joy of New Words, describing how language is always evolving and we should have fun … Continue reading

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The Truth About Comicsgate

The Truth About Comicsgate by Vaughn Treude Please note: The opinions in this piece are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the blog publisher or other contributors to the blog. If you’ve heard about … Continue reading

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Black Rhinoceros

Black Rhinoceros by Rita Goldner Today, October 1, is the anniversary of our Authors Group Blog. Welcome to the fourth year of daily blogs from authors about a kaleidoscope of topics. I kicked off the series, because I wanted the … Continue reading

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