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The Difference Between an Entrepreneur and a Business Owner

The Difference Between an Entrepreneur and a Business Owner by Justin Larson, of GreenForestMarketing.com After several years of working with many business owners and entrepreneurs who are just starting out, I have noticed a few key differences between the two. … Continue reading

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Announcing Steampunk Desperado

Announcing Steampunk Desperado by Vaugh Treude In the early days of self-publishing, an ambitious writer could accomplish a lot on social media. It was relatively easy for an outsider to sneak into the public eye through perseverance and clever use … Continue reading

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Joe Carroccio – We’ll Miss You!

Joe Carroccio – We’ll Miss You! by Marti Edwards I am sorry to bear the sad news of the passing of my dear friend and coauthor, Joe Carroccio. As you may know, Joe was diagnosed with ALS earlier this year. … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: Heart Juice and Gratitude for Authors

The Effective Author: Heart Juice and Gratitude for Authors © 2017 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. This year, I have often had the sensation that my heart was dry. It’s better when my heart is juicy. Everything … Continue reading

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Anthropomorphic Animals

Anthropomorphic Animals by Rita Goldner For decades I’ve had first-hand experience with anthropomorphizing animals, i.e. giving them human characteristics. I had a business making mascot costumes, mostly for fast food franchises. Whenever I could, I talked my clients into letting … Continue reading

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Editing

Editing by Marcus A. Nannini If, as an author, you cannot accept criticism, you are in deep trouble. If you believe every sentence you have strung together into a book is critical to the book, you are in even deeper … Continue reading

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The Sky Is Falling, Chicken Little

The Sky Is Falling, Chicken Little by Mary Ellen Stepanich There are people who look for omens or signs that foretell a possible future. Normally, I’m not one of those “Chicken Little” people. However, something came in the mail yesterday … Continue reading

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