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Hellow Dear Followers and Subscribers! If you haven’t seen my last 3 posts please go to backwoodsauthor.com to subscribe or follow. I went from the free platform to a self hosted blog and website. I’m still bringing you the content you … Continue reading

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Newbie Authors Guide would like to welcome JP Thompson back. He’s back by popular demand. Again sit back and enjoy another informative post about Google Adwords!! So, you’re back for more. A…

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Newbie Author’s Guide  is happy to welcome J. P. Thompson, The AdWords Guy to the blog today. He’s here to share some thoughts on AdWords. Grab a coffee(or whatever floats you boat), sit back…

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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 Journal 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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Bullying: Public Violence

This post about bullying came from a thought a few weeks back. It will compare and contrast it with other types of serious social issues such as: domestic violence and child abuse. There is more done about the latter for … Continue reading

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Neiko Takes on Indie Reader Discovery Awards

Last week while  I was on vacation–my mini vacation–I received a nice surprise. I found out that Neiko’s Five Land Adventure won an award–my first one. It’s my first book, so I wasn’t really expecting anything even if I did … Continue reading

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