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Video – Publishing an eBook

If you are considering publishing an eBook as an independent author, this video demonstrates how to do this. I walk through the publishing of one of my books on http://kdp.amazon.com You may find my other independent publishing articles and videos helpful as well. If this video was a value to you, please share it!   […]

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Show and Tell

I like the term, ‘show and tell’ much better than ‘show don’t tell’. Telling is a part of storytelling. It doesn’t replace showing, obviously. But these two are partners. It isn’t possible to only show. Discernment is the name of the game. You, the writer, must be able to discern between what needs to be […]

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Let’s go phishing!

Phishing Phishing is a word that refers to doing things to gain access to sensitive information. In the last article, we discussed tactics hackers and hacker bots use to guess passwords. Now let’s discuss the preferred method of hacking – persuading you to provide all of your sensitive information willingly. Phishing begins by baiting you […]

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Using Google+ – The Advantages

Is Google+ the Facebook killer? I don’t think so, but I do believe it will overtake Facebook in dominance for social media. Back in May, I gave my reasons why Facebook was putting itself in a position to be overtaken, and that the only thing preventing Facebook’s fall from dominance was a viable competitor. Now […]

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Parenting a child with a reading disability – Part 2

Reading disability – continued from Part 1 Addressing the reading disability – a big task True to my nature to learn everything I can about a problem I’m facing, I ordered books on dyslexia and devoured them.  We got the first part of the Barton Solution program and started work.  There was an almost immediate […]

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