Once Upon a Time….

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Originally posted on charles french words reading and writing:
(https://commons.wikimedia.org) “Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.”                                                                       Margaret Mead ? (https://en.wikipedia.org George Romney — Artist) “The mind once enlightened cannot again become dark.”                                                                      Thomas Paine ? (https://en.wikipedia.org) “The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire…

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Andrea Lundgren Readers frequently talk about the style or narrative flavor of authors they enjoy. They’ll say, “That sounds like something __ wrote,” or “This reminded me of ___” or “The tone of that was flat.” But sometimes, we authors we sometimes don’t know what gives…

21 Do-It-Yourself Editing Tips by Melissa Donovan http://www.writingforword.com, July 4, 2017 *proofreading and editing *Tips for Editing Your Own Work. *The human mind is a funny thing; it likes to play tricks on us. For example, when we proofread and edit our own writing, we tend to read it as we think it should be, which …

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Reading Aggravated Momentum, a murder mystery, by author Didi Oviatt, is like stepping into the life of a real serial killer.  Adding to the story are two sisters, Kam and Markie. Markie has no idea that a friend is plotting the deaths of her other friends and even Markie herself. This friend is meticulously good …

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If you like Chapter One, I  will happily send you a gift for a free kindle copy of Garrett’s Bones, review optional, but would be greatly appreciated! I have 10 gifts available. Please leave your email address on the contact page on this website.  CHAPTER ONE Gone Missing It would be an Indian summer in …

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