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MT Bostick is a writer of action/adventure Sci-Fi romance.
Marilyn Bostick is currently working on an action packed adventure filled Sci-Fi romance titled Warrior Girl. I maintain a website at I am always blogging a story of some kind. Stop by and check out my digital portfolio and my Tales of Adventure Blog. I have had two stories published in Full Sail University's magazine Aviator. They are Time and Revenge. You can find both on my digital portfolio.
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Marilyn Bostick has 3 grandchildren, Madison, Katie, and Alex!
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    Analyze and document issues of accounting system. Accurately define the business needs related to issues. Serve as liaison between user community and programmers. Provide assistance for questions and problems presented by users of the system. Serve as experts user of both the existing system and planned new systems. Develop user guides, training materials, and quick reference materials. Provide training to system users. Develop a variety of reports.
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    Provide system and technical training. Develop training materials and user guides. Write technical information in a clear and concise manner. Worked diplomatically, and effectively, with others to ensure issues were handles in a productive and positive manner. Developed reports, and communicated with programmers in the design and function of system development. Acted as liaison between user community and programmers.
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