Monthly Archives: July 2012

reverse-engineering the supply chain


In marketing, it’s suggested to think about your purchases and how you came about making them, so I looked at the last ten books I bought: Boundaries by Drs. Cloud and Townsend, recommended by a friend The True Story of … Continue reading

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DON’T! (writing don’ts)


I’m by no means an expert, I’m not at that point where I’m so established that I support myself on royalties, (yet). I don’t have the secret of success, but I do see things that, if they irk me, they’ll … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dragon Academy


“With high school finished for the summer, Nick looks forward to visiting his aunt and uncle in New Jersey. What awaits him is a heat wave like no other – and the two of the last Greywings on the planet. … Continue reading

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astore


as in amazon.com store, my own little storefront to offer books, products that provided inspiration for the books, and MOAR! Go to the virtual strip mall, pull open the virtual glass door, hear the virtual bell tinkle, and browse my … Continue reading

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bonehead!


I know, it’s a bonehead thing to do, a rookie mistake, but I’m fixing it. Until now, the books had straight quotes, left-edge justification, author and title on each page, and page numbers on the upper-right of each page, (as … Continue reading

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