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Deciphering the 123 Most Common Business Acronyms

Originally posted on Just English:
By Kat Moon Ever feel like your co-workers—or, worse, your boss—are speaking to you in a different language? No, I’m not talking about your team suddenly deciding to conduct a meeting entirely in French. I’m talking about what often seems to be the language of the business world: acronyms. While…

6 Points To Consider When Crafting An Awkward Character – Anne Goodwin Debut Novellist

Originally posted on Sacha Black:
Today brings a special guest post from a wonderful and extraordinarily talented Anne Goodwin, who has also released her debut novel ‘Sugar and Snails’ TODAY. Get it on Amazon, immediately, I insist! Anne has kindly contributed to my Crafting Characters series and discusses creating awkward characters. So without further ado,…


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Do you want to write the right name?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Don’t know about y’all, but I struggle with names of all sorts. Reading this article, by Roz Morris, was like a cool spring breeze showing up on a hot July Texas afternoon. Too many times, as I begin to write, my character does not fit the name I’ve given them. And…

A Little Effort Today Can Lead to Big Results a Year from Now

Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
If you’re struggling with writing – find yourself unable to get any creative writing done – you should know that even the smallest effort you make to move forward today can reap noticeable results a year from now. If you started writing 5 minutes a…


Originally posted on The Soft Pillow:
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Cradled Dreams by Beverly Hoffman

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Cradled Dreams by Beverly Hoffman My rating: 3 of 5 stars Cradled Dreams is a family drama around the subject of surrogacy. Set in America we meet Robin and Georgie at Thanksgiving. They are sisters-in-law. Georgie has severe endometriosis and fibroids and is desperate to have a baby. Robin is…

Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT The Scarlet Wench by M.K. Graff @GraffMarni #Mystery

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review comes from Babus, she blogs here Babus chose to read and review The Scarlet Wench by M.K Graff The Scarlet Wench is a classy whodunit mystery set in Cumbria at the struggling but charming Ramsey Hall. Nora Tierney, an American children’s author and amateur sleuth, now…

Radio Interview

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
I was interviewed recently by one of Ghana’s foremost branding experts, Bernard Kelvin Clive for his podcast, Personal Branding. The interview, titled a PhD Architect turns Bestelling Author: 5 Book Marketing Tips with Nicholas Rossis, is now available on his blog. Alternatively, click below to listen to it: Many thanks to Bernard Kelvin Clive…

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