Monthly Archives: September 2014

Reading Comprehension for Girls

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The Ending Emporium

Welcome to the Ending Emporium where you can find the perfect ending to your story.  If you started at my sister’s Beginning Bazaar then you’re eligible for our 15% epilogue discount.  No, we’re not associated with the Midpoint Market, but … Continue reading

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Jo Robinson: Author of The Month!

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The End

For many authors, there is one piece of a story that is the toughest and scariest:  THE END.  You might have a plan for it or you might not, but there is something about writing that last chapter/page/paragraph/line that hits … Continue reading

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Fall Into Fantasy Tour: The Ragnarok Prophesies by Ayden K. Morgan

Welcome to the Fall Into Fantasy Tour, where we are keeping your mind off any end-of-summer blues and welcoming the cooler weather by introducing you to some incredible fantasy reads to curl up with and giving you plenty of chances … Continue reading

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‘Lower Education’ Cover Reveal!

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I’m pleased to be able to share with you today the cover reveal for Lower Education, the upcoming novel by my fellow author and WIPpeteer Amy Leibowitz. Read on to find out more and to…

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You Know It’s Really Hard to Make Goal-Based Puns for So Long!

I’m curious how many people actually watch these videos I put on these posts.  They’re just something I like listening too, so they don’t always have anything to do with what I’m writing about.  I don’t know much about music, … Continue reading

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