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An exciting new project: a book about Britain’s trees ~ Jo Woolf

Reblogged from The Hazel Tree: A post with a difference this time!   I’d like to tell you about a new project I”m working on, which is a book about trees. The title is ‘Britain’s Trees:  A Treasury of Traditions, Superstitions, … Continue reading

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Guest author: Widdershins ~ Prelude: A new book and a new world…

One summer, a few years ago, my wife and I traveled across Canada in our brand-spanking-new, never-owned-one-before, travel trailer. (a feat that, all by itself produced many hilarious and painful stories) From our home in the Fraser Valley of British … Continue reading

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Guest author: Ann Harrison-Barnes ~ Excerpt from a work in progress

Here’s an excerpt of my nonfiction book to help aspiring authors self-publish their books. Although this book is in the revision stage, I wanted to share it here to build up some buzz before it is launched. Your feedback is … Continue reading

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Guest author: C. S. Boyack ~ A bit of magic

Thanks for having me back, Sue. I recently published my newest book, and am making the rounds telling everyone about it. I prepared all kinds of things, like excerpts, character studies, and more to do this blog tour. Then I … Continue reading

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Guest author: Jordan Corley ~ Battle Scars

At the end of December I published my first poetry book, “battle scars”, on Amazon. I began writing a couple of years ago as a coping mechanism, the complicated nature of poetry helping me convey the darker thoughts in my … Continue reading

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Nine Deadly Sins: The Eye for an ‘I’~ a new book by Steve Tanham

Their meetings are necessarily brief… seldom no more than a coffee, a momentary pause between the demands of life and work… but for John and Alexandra time matters less than the connection they share… “It’s about where you put the … Continue reading

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Guest author: Anurag Bakhshi ~ Turkish Delight: The Un-Travelogue

A new book by one of the writephoto regulars… A few months ago, when my wife and I started looking for places to visit on a meagre budget during our Diwali vacation (Actually, make that her Diwali vacation, since I … Continue reading

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Guest author: Karen Hugg ~ How My Cat Died, Was Revived, and Shook My World

Have you ever been so shaken by an experience that you had to write about it? That happened to me a year ago with my cat. She’s now fourteen-years-old but we got her as a stray in 2004. My dog … Continue reading

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Guest author: Anne Goodwin ~ Where would you be without your identity as a writer?

What does it mean to be a writer? What function does it serve in our lives? Around fifteen years ago, as I was beginning to pay attention to the part of me that longed to be an author, I attended … Continue reading

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Guest author: Rachael Ritchey ~ The Making of an Anthology

How does one get from A to XYZ without losing one’s mind? Simple. Forego the mind altogether. Actually, that advice doesn’t even begin to explain how putting together an anthology might actually work, so let’s start from the top. The … Continue reading

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