Monthly Archives: July 2012

No Longer An Island

When I began my writing career at age 16 and my published career at age 29, I had always been an island. After publishing and beginning the long hard road I was flying pretty much solo in the beginning. This … Continue reading

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Everybody Knows When You Screw Up Online

No, in case readers are wondering no it wasn’t me–at least, that I am aware of ;). With that knowledge out of the way, here we go. Everybody knows that little tidbit about as you do right it seems like … Continue reading

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Caught Between Eras

I’m sure visitors are wondering what in the world I could possibly be writing about in this post. This is a discovery I have made about myself and my writing as I am working on my edits and rewrites for … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Schools Must Take Steps to Address the Bullying Problem

Bullying is a significant problem in America that should not be overlooked or neglected. According to the┬áJournal of the American Medical Association, one-third of US students experience bullying, either as a target or perpetrator. It is estimated that 160,000 young … Continue reading

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Everyone is a Potential Victim

This week I will be finishing up the series on bulling with this post and a guest post with Kristina Edwards from College City. The idea for this week’s post comes from the idea about why was I and so … Continue reading

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