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Kangaroo

Kangaroo by Rita Goldner You may have noticed that lately my posts have been about unusual wild animals. I use their behavior, habitat or physiology in an analogy to the human condition, or at least to my condition as a … Continue reading

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Spam, More Spam, and Spamatizers!tm

Spam, More Spam, and Spamatizers!TM by Marcus A. Nannini About one year ago, I set my email filters to send everything to spam except for messages from senders who were in my address book. Each day since then, I awake … Continue reading

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Author Branding

Author Branding by Barbara Renner The golden arches. When you see them, you know exactly what they mean; they mean you are going to enjoy a Big Mac or Quarter Pounder at McDonalds. Personally, I’d stop for their fresh French … Continue reading

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Finding Your Audience

Finding Your Audience by Patricia Grady Cox Just write a good book, and your audience will find you. Ever hear that advice? I have. But I don’t believe it. I believe you have to actively market and promote your work … Continue reading

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Lessons I’ve Learned from “Shark Tank”

Lessons I’ve Learned from Shark Tank by Katrina Shawver I can watch Shark Tank again and again. This business-themed reality television show allows entrepreneurs to pitch their business plan to a panel of five self-made titans in various industries in … Continue reading

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Steampunk Desperado, a Progress Report

Steampunk Desperado, a Progress Report by Vaughn Treude In November, I wrote about my new blog, Steampunk Desperado, and promised to report back on my progress. So far it’s gone well. I’ve been posting consistently and have greatly increased the … Continue reading

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The Two-toed Sloth

The Two-toed Sloth by Rita Goldner One of my favorite activities is sketching animals, especially from life. While I have plenty of subjects among friends’ pets, I much prefer exotic animals, so you’ll find me frequently sitting on a folding … Continue reading

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