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Grammar program:

Hello wordpressers, I started using Grammarly a few months ago and I like it. It has a free version so if you’d like to try it out I’ve included a link to the site. There is, of course, a premium version but the free version works pretty well for me, for now.  I like getting the…

…Author deadlines?… at my time of life?… are yeez kidding?…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…I am unashamed in admitting I’m a selfish scribbler… oh, sure, I gladly share my blog space and (albeit limited) experience in the arena of self-publishing with whomever wishes to engage with me on that… I’ll ReTweet and share other authors’ efforts and successes on Facebook and the other  SOSYAL…

Presenting Room 103

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
Cover by Suzette Vaughn Deputy Marshal Marice Houston is back in Kansas, attending her college reunion. Staying at a small motel in town, she gets friendly with the owner, Todd Englund. Something about his name resonates with her law enforcement mind. She remembers he was tied to a rape case…

Ask a Mortician – More Strange Stuff

Originally posted on
Last Meals…….

The Golden Sword: Sui Generis

Originally posted on sacredbander:
See the original Book Spotlight on Mage of Erana: “High Couch is a classic. It is also, so far as I know, sui generis. In a long life of writing and editing in which I have written nine books, edited more than two hundred and read thousands I do not…

Another wonderful review of Murder and More

Originally posted on
Wonderful review of Murder and More from Terry Houchin

Six Ways To Self-Edit & Polish Your Prose

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Whether you are new to writing or an old pro, brushing up on the basics is always helpful. Because no matter how GOOD the story is? If the reader is busy stumbling over this stuff, it ruins the fictive dream and she will never GET to the story.…

Murder and More Review by Hannah Charlesworth

Originally posted on
Wonderful review by Hannah Charlesworth

Return To The Dirt: savage social satire

Return To The Dirt: savage social satire

Originally posted on MurderMayhem&More:
? In time-honoured fashion, these three taut tales of work and death employ humour to highlight the worst aspects of human behaviour. They’re sharp, savage slices of smartly observed social satire, with humour so bleak it raises blisters, so black it casts a sinister shadow on a superficially sunny…

Reincarnation Simplified

Originally posted on Author – Richard F Holmes:
It’s a subject that is quite often pondered; reincarnation; do we or don’t we? There are a number of arguments for and against, but for me, the simplest way to explain this conundrum is as follows. The Self is all there is. It exists in an eternal…


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