Monthly Archives: April 2012

Quick Question

So I’ve been writing semi-regularly and I get a few hits here and there when it comes to traffic. Still, I wonder if there are ways I can amp up the traffic by doing more than just categories, tagging, and … Continue reading

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Suite Scarlett: A review

Suite Scarlett by Maureen Johnson Scarlett Martin lives in New York in a hotel called the Hopewell, which is run by her parents. The hotel is limping along. It’s the summer of her fifteenth birthday, which, in the Martin family … Continue reading

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How to write a fiction book review

I used to write reviews for a magazine. I started to write reviews on but life events sidetracked that for a few months. Also, I’ve learned I prefer to interview creators rather than reviewing their work. With the explosion … Continue reading

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More Than Words

Last post I mentioned something about there being ways I need to do some “rule breaking” in regards to helping others that are less fortunate than myself. As a writer, I want my words to matter. To make a difference … Continue reading

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On the Hunger Games Movie

In Christian theology, the Ten Commandments are not set up as a system of rules and regulations by which people obtain passage into Heaven. Instead, the Apostle Paul tells us they are meant as a mirror to reflect upon. The … Continue reading

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