What You Read is Who You Are

At the end of a four-day weekend, my granddaughter was bored. Dad still had work to do at his desk, but the generally cooperative child who can easily entertain herself was tired of writing and even tired of Legos. Luckily, I called as pre-arranged to read with her over the phone. We had started

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A PLAGUE OF IRON

Freadhoff is absolutely convincing in his descriptions of places, people, men in their relationships with machines, and (probably) how things go down in the machismo drug-gun world. As a grandmother living near the border, I was riveted by his plotline.

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Word of the week: exponential.

The Professor Says . . .

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

I promised I would try to blog about blogging. The question was, “Does a successful blogger have to be natural writer? My immediate response was NO – because blogging is not about writing so much as it is about sharing; in

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Self-publishing is a full-time job

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

If time is money, than I am spending millions on getting this book the attention it deserves.  Talk about learning curve!  At the moment, I am trying to decide if it is worth $149 plus an unknown amount to make 8 edits to the interior of the paperback as

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