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June 11th. 2016
Interesting week for a couple of reasons: progress with my WIP and our puppy. I have re-worked my novel, and am slowly putting together something that should make a reasonable mystery/thriller. There is still a long way to go of course, but the end of the year is my target. The Skype interview I mentioned in last week’s blog did take place, but not on the day we planned. The Canadian writer, Alexandra Amor (alexandraAmor.com), contacted me on the…Continue
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The wait is over, the Eye of Ra is now available for pre-order on Amazon.com. Pick-up your copy today.
Before The First, there was the Eye of Ra.
Laurence Danjuma was a young man on the straight and narrow with hopes and dreams of making a better life for…
Added by Kipjo K Ewers on June 8, 2016 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Got a couple of nice new reviews for DROP OUT and IMAGINATION from some awesome readers! Thanks for taking both books to the #1 bestseller spot on Amazon!
DROP OUT - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005FX0K7U
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful story.
By paula on June 7, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified…Continue
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It is often difficult to hear commands with all the noise and confusion in a battle. So in order for commands to reach the soldiers, signals that can cut through the roar of fighting became necessary. That’s how drums became such an important part of warfare with its role in the battlefield communications system. Orders were soon given series of drumbeats to represent them, and the playing of each call would tell soldiers what was required of them.
During the American Civil War, many…Continue
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I'm Amy Metz's guest today, talking about how I started writing and other topics. Check it out: http://abluemillionbooks.blogspot.com/2016/06/featured-author-jr-lindermuth.html
Added by J. R. Lindermuth on June 6, 2016 at 6:32am — No Comments
My husband has had Type 2 Diabetes for over ten years and so I am always looking for information on the subject. I have to say that this book has explained Diabetes to me clearer than all the Diabetic Consultants, Doctors and Diabetes Clinics we have attended over the years.
It might sound basic, but the author has explained sugars, starches and carbohydrates, how they…Continue
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June 5th. 2016
Today I’m sitting in front on my computer just four hours after a cataract operation. My glasses are on crooked because of a patch over my ‘new’ eye, which makes reading and typing rather awkward, but I soldier on, ever the eternal optimist. By all accounts my eye should be back to normal very soon. Then I’ll have the other eye done to balance both eyes. What it will do for my writing is a different matter, apart from the physical aspect of focussing…Continue
Added by Michael on June 4, 2016 at 7:39am — No Comments
Neglecting to market my books and myself has always been my weakness. While I love the process of writing (creating new characters, worlds, and plots) the arduous task of promoting my work can seem dauntless at times. After writing consistently for 25+ years, I recently made the conscious, and I must say extremely difficult decision, to take a break from it all. I have gone thirteen months without publishing an original book and as of right now, two months have passed without me writing an…Continue
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Carol Margaret Tetlow is a fairly recently retired family doctor who now has the time to live life to the full, write, play tennis, walk dogs and train donkeys and ponies. Coming from a medical background, it is no surprise that her novels are based in family medicine. But people love medical matters. So, set against a backdrop of everyday life in a medical…Continue
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