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It’s Not About Me!

Do you remember the first time you looked through a magnifying glass?  It was an amazement to find out that in the small area covered by the glass things were nothing like you thought they were at first glance!  I have … Continue reading

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Monday’s Writing Tips – “Let it Go!”

I bet you cringed when you saw those three words! My granddaughter has be singing the song from the movie Frozen non-stop. However, when it comes to your writing I want you to remember those words. I think I need … Continue reading

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Monday’s Writing Tips by Karen Kelly Boyce

How do you make your writing tight, crisp, and masterful? How do you grab your readers? There are many ways to improve your work and I would like to share some little tips and tricks of the trade. Over the … Continue reading

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The Value of a Second Pair of Eyes

I recently completed my manuscript of The Rose Ring and sent it to my editor, who is also a very dear friend of mine. She told me she loved the story and I was very excited. It is always a … Continue reading

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