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Rom-Com Writer’s Course

For all you writers interested in adding funny to your stories, please join me in my course, Adding Funny to Your Romance.

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+ Dr. Edie Widder, ORCA scientist

Dr. Edie Widder Dives Deep

Dr. Edith Widder founded the Ocean Research & Conservation Association intended to save the marine ecosystem from threats.

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Lucinda Riley & Her Lively Characters

I live with my characters day and night when I am writing a novel, and I can promise you that I suffer with them whenever tragedy strikes in my books.

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+ Petra architecture

Petra’s Lasting Impressions

Each of us, no matter how much time passes from our physical death, is an energetic being.

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The Hear Tell of Pam Saffran

In Listening for Echoes, Pam Saffran shares her journey from security to family devastation.

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Canoodle in Boca Grande

Boca Grande is an outdoor sports fest for holiday-loving tribes dressed in flashy linens and boat shoes.

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+ J. Cheney Mason

J. Cheney Mason: The Good, the Bad, & the System

Justice in America by J. Cheney Mason, serves a purpose.

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+ Rubber vs. Glue: What Kind of Thoughts Rule You? by J. Wilder Bill

Rubber vs. Glue: What Kind of Thoughts Rule You?

But how are thoughts so powerful? What causes a thought to bring about havoc?

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+ Larry Loftis author of Code Name: Lise

Lofty Writing Strategies by Larry Loftis

Verisimilitude … is the goal of every novelist, and should be the goal of every narrative nonfiction writer. ~ Loftis

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Your Special Imprint Moves and Shakes

The elements that make up each of us relates to the way we express ourselves.

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+ Buddhist Temple in Vietnam

Relationship Booster: Serenity in Saigon 

A sure-fire way to reset the idyllic images you shared between your loved ones and yourself is by exploring a historic destination together.

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Random Acts of Kindness

You can resolve conflicts through random acts of kindness.

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