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2020’s Top Reads

2020’s Top Reads

2020’s Top Reads For 2020 Top Reads, I set myself a goal: 365 books (It’s not unheard of for me to read more than this in a year). I didn’t bother setting a “X# Reviews” goal, however, since I’ve been known to fail miserably at...
STEP from Learn Do Become

STEP from Learn Do Become

STEP from Learn Do Become Are you drowning in piles? Do you wish someone could come in and wave a wand to magically make your life organized? You can STEP your way to a more organized life, if you adjust how you think about information you receive. April and Eric from...
2020’s Top Reads

Folder by Raymond Bolton

Folder by Raymond Bolton Raymond’s newest book, Folder, is an incredibly fun ride. Well, except for the car accident, of course.  Eric Folder is a young man, getting ready to go to university. But a car accident throws everything off course. Soon, Eric discovers a new...
2020’s Top Reads

Hard-Easy by Art Coombs

Hard-Easy by Art Coombs I know, I know. I haven’t posted a review book in months. Which, considering that like most people I spent six months straight doing practically nothing, that’s saying something. Oh, wait. I was doing something. Advancing my...
SuperStars 2020 Presentations

SuperStars 2020 Presentations

SuperStars 2020 Presentations I had the great pleasure of presenting at SuperStars Writing Seminar 2020. I look forward to this conference every year. I gave a short Spotlight presentation on Virtual Assistants, and then a longer TribeTalks presentation on Continuity...
Ozark Book Authority

Ozark Book Authority

Have I told you about Ozark Book Authority? It’s my local book…authority. 🙂 It’s our local writers community, local literacy advocate, local book event go-to, and more. This summer, they’ve got an awesome workshop going on (all online). And...
Moving Toward America vs Britain

Moving Toward America vs Britain

Moving Toward America vs Britain Often while editing, I’ll spot an American verses British preference thing going on. And it’s always interesting to me who chooses what. “Toward” is used by most English speakers in North America....
2020’s Top Reads

Condemn Me Not by Heather B. Moore

Condemn Me Not by Heather B. Moore Heather B. Moore’s Condemn Me Not is an incredible historical fiction-ish. Heather is a direct descendent of Susannah North Martin, one of the many women hung during the Salem Witch Trials. As time and distance and research has...

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