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Making Healthy Eating – and Living – a Priority

Making Healthy Eating – and Living – a Priority by Becky Weck Miller I’m currently 52, and about two years ago, we went on this massive vacation up the West Coast of the United States pulling our “bed” behind us … Continue reading

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Virgin Birth

Virgin Birth by Rita Goldner The English translation for the word parthenogenesis is virgin birth. Usually the subject of mythology or religious beliefs, it’s also a well-documented scientific feat for some animals. The most imposing expert in this practice was … Continue reading

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Why I Love My Critique Group

Why I Love My Critique Group by Katrina Shawver I know without a doubt that my debut book, Henry: A Polish Swimmer’s True Story of Friendship from Auschwitz to America, would not exist in its present form without my writing … Continue reading

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Horseshoe Crab Blood

Horseshoe Crab Blood by Rita Goldner On the evolution timetable, we humans are relatively the new kids on the block. We have been here in our current form for about 200,000 years. The horseshoe crab, however, has been here in … Continue reading

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What I Learned My First Year as an Author

What I Learned My First Year as an Author by Janine R. Pestel I began writing in February 2016 and have been writing for a little over a year. In the past 14 months, I have self-published one novella, one … Continue reading

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Top 5 Mistakes Every New Author Makes

Top 5 Mistakes Every New Author Makes by T.M. Williams   What right do I have to write an article on what mistakes new authors make when I’m still considered a new author? Well, no one is better equipped to … Continue reading

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