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Novel or Scrapbook: the Benefits of Being a Writer

A Goodreads member recently asked my thoughts on the best thing about being a writer. The following is based on my answer. My first inclination was to make it clear up front that in enumerating the wondrous world of the … Continue reading

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Book Review – Being Legally Blind by Justin Oldham

Being Legally Blind: Observations for Parents of Visually Impaired Children by Justin Oldham My rating: 5 of 5 stars Sooner or later, all parents, despite the joys of bringing a new life into being and the hopes for a wonderful … Continue reading

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ADA: 24 years — Why People with Disabilities are Complaining

Americans with disabilities are supposed to have equal rights. They are protected by federal law from discrimination in areas such as employment, public accommodations, transportation and government services. The landmark legislation establishing these rights and the framework to procure and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Big New Yorker Book of Dogs

The Big New Yorker Book of Dogs by The New Yorker My rating: 5 of 5 stars Ever since humans started throwing scraps to the adventurous wolves beyond the firelight, dogs have been inspiring us and drawing forth from us … Continue reading

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Writing Process: Native American author Amy Krout-Horn – Seeking Sacred Space

My sincere gratitude to Donna W. Hill, author of The Heart of Applebutter Hill, for her invitation to participate in the Writing Process Blog Tour. She afforded me this opportunity, and then took her kindness and generosity a step further … Continue reading

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Writing Process: The Heart of Applebutter Hill Author Weaves Fantasy & Reality

Many thanks to Utah novelist Traci McDonald for inviting me to participate in the Writing Process Blog Tour. Traci is the author of the romance novel Killing Casanova (Crimson Romance 2012). Her follow up novel Burning Bridger is in the … Continue reading

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Support Braille literacy with $1.75 & This 75%-off Coupon!

It’s “Read an E-book Week” at Smashwords! The heart of Applebutter Hill by Donna W. Hill is on sale. Get any e-book version for $1.75 now through midnight March 8, when you use coupon code REW75 at:http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/313071?ref=DonnaWHill The Heart of … Continue reading

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