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Teens and adoption

Teens and adoption

I have been working this week on the revision of the Table of Contents of “The Face in the Mirror: teenagers and adoption” for Arsenal Pulp Press. While it doesn’t sound exciting–it is. I’ve been organizing with great energy, working out a better flow of…

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First Draft Completed

First Draft Completed

I just finished the first draft of a novel. It feels as though I have dug a mile of a deep ditch and I can now look back and see how well I did. Does that plot line run a straight line? Is there sufficient…

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Becoming an expert in social media.

Becoming an expert in social media.

Becoming an expert in social media. Not possible. We might as well face it. It is not possible to keep up with social media—the servers, the skills necessary to use each server, the terms used and the connections that servers make with each other. I…

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Street Teams

Street Teams

Street teams are the way to go my writing colleagues tell me. People want to know what you are writing, what’s new in your writing world and what your plans are. They also want to partake in that world. Hard to adjust my thinking to…

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New Release for Theresa Dalyane

New Release for Theresa Dalyane

The Edge of You is a new novel in a new genre. This is the New Adult world of 18 – 25-year-olds. Have a look, my writer friends and see if this is where you’d like to publish. And enjoy the book. The Edge of You by Theresa…

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