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What is justice? How did things get to be the way they are? Where do we go from here? Community and individuality, civilization and law, politics and tradition, reason and science, ritual and freedom, mercy and making a difference -- these are the issues that will determine our future.
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My Book is Now OVER 50,000 Words !
When I started the Write Nonfiction in November challenge, one big question was how big should my goal be? One answer was “a book is usually about 50,000 words, so go for that.” Well, I am happy to report that … Continue reading
Sharing Some Blogging Tips
Janice Wald (of Mostly Blogging) is a blogging maven, the expert I trust to have good tips about how to boost your blog from never-read to viral-star. Here are 3 recent articles from her site that everyone who blogs could … Continue reading
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8 Ways to Prepare To Write Your Nonfiction Book in a Month
Writers Digest published this interesting article recently. As I’m working on a nonfiction book and did feel left out of the #nanowrimo thing, this is something that appeals to me. So, I’m reblogging it here. 8 Ways to Prepare to … Continue reading
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