Monthly Archives: October 2013

RCC Update: 1WriteWay for … the last few months :)

From the Rome Construction Crew website, here’s a long-overdue update on goals I had set way back when: Is it November yet? OMG, it’s almost November! Yes, I’ve been lolling in the luxury of not having to meet a WORD … Continue reading

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Remember to get Catalysts for Halloween!

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Your daily reminder to pick up a copy of Catalysts for Halloween!  This new horror novella is a gripping scare for 99 cents.  Be sure to search by the book title and author name,…

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QUENTIN HIDE FREE UNTIL NOV. 1ST

Free book!!! I got mine. Now, go get your free copy!

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My Knitting, My Self

As many of you know, I am a knitter.  I’ve knitting for roughly the same number of years as I’ve been writing, and my writing marathons often alternate with knitting marathons.  My first memory of knitting was when I was … Continue reading

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Top Ten Things Not to Do on Halloween

Here is the Seventeenth installment of Ten Top Lists of What Not to Do by Marie Ann Bailey of 1WriteWay at http://1writeway.com and John W. Howell of Fiction Favorites at http://johnwhowell.com. These lists are simu-published on our blogs each Monday. … Continue reading

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Interview with S.K. Nicholls

Originally posted on Kristen Hope Mazzola:
Tonight please give a warm welcome to the lovely S.K. Nicholls!! Do you write under any other names? Not yet. What are you currently working on? A crime novel/murder mystery that is turning into…

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Guest Blog: Medical Case Studies and Nineteenth-Century Literature

Originally posted on Interesting Literature:
By Kimberly Robinson, The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith The rise of the asylum is shrouded in mystery and uncertainty, and, in the absence of facts, the Romantics obsessed over wrongful institutionalization, but the…

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