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There Shall Be Great Rejoicing – the Story of Mai

Originally posted on Sci-Fi and Fantasy by Dellani:
Sta Hyt Mai, Zarbanni Warrior of the Twelfth Order, Holder of twenty-fifth level fame, is an interesting character. You can read about her origins in a free short story available on Smashwords. There Shall Be Great Rejoicing was written to accompany my Lone Wolf sci-fi series. When…


It Happened On The Number 4: Part 3

All of this was her fault. Having boarded the Number 3, she remembered the black ballet flats on the window sill. Inasmuch as she wanted to take vengeance on this man for ruining her morning, it was pointless. Twisting her mouth in a circular motion, she gave quick glances over her shoulders. Good thing the…

If Dogs Could Apologize……………

Originally posted on Help Us Help Our 4-Legged Frynds:
This is pretty funny…………………………

Keeping track of multiple authors, part 1: The trusty spreadsheet

Guest Post Trading

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Capybara So I’ve done a few guest posts for others and hosted a few.  I’m thinking of making Tuesdays and Thursdays open for anyone who wants to guest post.  This got me thinking to what I did with C.S. Boyack and Kylie Betzner.  We did post/interview trades.  I wrote…

Guest Post: Michele G. Miller

Originally posted on ARMAND ROSAMILIA:
      Release Date: Sunday 3/29/2015 Title: Into The Fire Series: Wrecked: Book one Author: Michele G. Miller   At fifteen, an accident turned my world upside down. Scarred in every way possible, I shut down, finding comfort by self-inflicting pain. I’ve grown accustomed to the truths of my life,…

Book chat: ‘Hugo & Rose’ by Bridget Foley

Originally posted on write meg!:
This book was . . . not quite what I was expecting. That’s not inherently a bad thing, you know; surprises are exciting. Interesting. Compelling. But sometimes they’re jarring. And with Bridget Foley’s Hugo & Rose? Well, I felt jarred. I’m still jarred, in fact. To start, the cover is…

MailChimp 3 – setting a sign-up form for your newsletter subscriber list

Originally posted on LibroEditing proofreading, editing, transcription, localisation:
Welcome to Lesson 3 in my MailChimp series. Following on from MailChimp 1 – Signing up, and MailChimp 2 – Setting up your list and importing contacts, this time we’re going to learn how to create a sign-up form to allow people to consciously and willingly sign…

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