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And Time Goes By …

And Time Goes By . . . by Patricia Grady Cox I had a wonderful idea for a blog post. Really. The greatest! Then I looked and saw I had already written about it. It’s on my author blog, not … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: The Joy of New Words

The Effective Author: The Joy of New Words © 2018 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. kebba.com Attention, all writers: words should be fun! To play with words is a writer’s delight. Recently, I was driving along a … Continue reading

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The Axolotl

The Axolotl by Rita Goldner My blog readers have come to expect observations on an array of unfamiliar and sometimes bizarre animals. I find unusual animals not only fascinating from a scientific perspective, but also inspiring, especially if their lifestyle … Continue reading

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Choose a Book as Your Summer Companion

Choose a Book as Your Summer Companion by C.K. Thomas Nancy Horan’s most recent historical fiction novel explores the world of writers, poets, and well-known artists of the late 19th Century. It takes us to Antwerp and Paris and Grez … Continue reading

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Selling at Street Fairs

Selling at Street Fairs by Barbara Renner Ah, summer . . . swimming, camping, traveling, watching baseball, and, if you live in northern Minnesota . . . street fairs. Every small town celebrates summer with some sort of outdoor festival. … Continue reading

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This and That – Observations from the Couch

This and That – Observations from the Couch by Patricia Grady Cox Since I last wrote, I’ve had two book signings for my newly released novel, Hellgate. One was in May in Rhode Island where I lived for the first … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Past: Minding Manners

Lessons from the Past: Minding Manners by Vaughn Treude Much of the research for my steampunk novels has involved the Victorian Era in which they take place. One of the most striking differences between then and now is that era’s … Continue reading

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