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Anne Denise Dupont
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Digital Artist - Analog Reader - Rogue Writer - Devout Escapist
Digital Artist - Analog Reader - Rogue Writer - Devout Escapist

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Oh Blogger, Where Art Thou?
Yes, it's been over six months since my last post. And here I sit, yet again, wondering what I have to say to anonymous people who may or may not read this. I think that's the biggest barrier for me in writing a blog: Who is my audience? If I were a publish...

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Reflections On My 6-Month Twitter Anniversary
When I think back on when I first opened my Twitter account back in November 2013, and reflect on my attitude about it at that time, it went something like this: You mean I've spent three years writing the epic novel that has captivated me heart and soul be...

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My First Writers' Conference
This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending the esteemed DFW Writers' Conference, where I listened, learned and talked more than I probably have in the last ten years. Whew, what a workout for this typically quiet gal who works from the comfort of hom...

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Twitter SEO bot misfire sends hundreds of viewers to fledgling blog...

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Yes, traveler...?
Sorry, muthsera, your frequent flier miles are not redeemable at the silt strider. When I started this blog back in November, I wasn't exactly sure what content I wanted to feature. I was pretty sure I didn't want it to be another "writer advice" blog or "a...

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I just wrote an article on Arbonne at Worlds Worth Viewing. Thought you might enjoy it and share your impressions. I loved it!

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A new destination for lovers of epic fantasy is available on Worlds Worth Visiting.

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Arbonne, a Land Where Women Rule
A Song For Arbonne by Guy Gavriel Kay Published 1992 511 Pages Historical Fantasy Troubadours and their singers, called joglars, are very popular throughout Arbonne. Women rule in Arbonne, a condition which their neighbors the he-man-woman-haters club to th...
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