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Authors: What to do if Your Book gets Pirated

Originally posted on S.K. Nicholls:
There is not a lot of recourse against the site itself, especially if the site is out of the country. If the web hosting site is U.S.A., you can send a DMCA take down letter to the web hosting site. They are under pressure to break the links of…

Wisdom Tooth in the Belly of a Worm

Originally posted on Aniko Carmean:
The difficulty with having a mystical experience is that no one is going to believe you. You probably won’t believe you. Insanity seems like a better answer than discovering you’ve got some special access to the truth underpinning reality. I put Mario Santa Maria, the protagonist of my surreal short…

Use a Thesaurus

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
For any writer, no matter whether or not you are new or seasoned, one thing we all have to take into account when writing a book is the use of appropriate words. There is always a danger of a writer showing off, intentionally or otherwise, by using certain…

What’s the deal with that hashtag thing?

Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
Last weekend, at the blogging panel (which, by the way, was a blast) during the question and answer period, a woman asked about hashtags – “what are they?” If she asked that, then I figured someone else in our audience might have the same question.…

Interview with FictionTerrifica.com’s Dana Schaff

Originally posted on Life With Words:
Bec: Tell us a little about yourself: Dana: I’m just a working stiff who has always dreamed of being a great writer. I grew up in a family of readers and as far back as I can remember I have always loved the written word and the escapism that…

Thinking Back

Originally posted on M.A.B.E. with Coleman "What I See In The Mirror":
What I saw on July 31, 2014 For today I will skip the video and share some photographs. My Birthday in 2010 This was taken in June, 2010. I was pretty tired, but obviously I had an appetite.…

Spilled ink

Steaming

There is someone for everyone. The wedding between two soul mates

Originally posted on BulanLifestyle.com:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQQaHCti5nU I attended the 4th wedding of the year. I’m admittedly quite jaded and cynical when it comes to love. However,  after attending the last few weddings that showed me true love exists between soul mates, my faith in love has been restored once more. Thank you for including me…

101 Geysers on Enceladus (and What They Imply) Posted From Centauri Dreams

      Posted: 31 Jul 2014 09:30 AM PDT I’ve mentioned before the irony that we may discover signs of robust extraterrestrial life sooner around a distant exoplanet than right here in our own Solar System. The scenario isn’t terribly implausible: Perhaps we come up empty on Mars, or find ourselves bogged down with […]

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