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"What's it like to be a wine agent and write romance novels?"
I was asked. Doubly humbling ...
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Check out this great conference designed for the indie author by going to www.houstonwritersguild.org
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Are you falling in flow enough?

If not, you might not live up to your potential and not be as happy and enjoying life as you could be. Ajit Mathur shares four tips to increase the state of "flow" in your life and work.
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Let me know what you think. And, please like me on facebook.com/ajphcbooks and visit hauntedcastlesbooks.blogspot.com I would love to hear from you in the comments

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As long as I can remember I’ve always admired writers who can crank out thousands of words per day. When writing was merely my hobby, I often struggled to carve out time to write...

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I describe Eugenica as a 'dark adventure', but it is in fact many other things. There are elements of dystopia in there as well, but not hopelessness. I am an optimistic person by nature and I am not sure that I could ever write a book that is entirely negative.

Eugenics is a dark and difficult subject to write about and, by extension, to read also. Add to that a group of young disabled people trying to survive in a world that despises them and I could forgive you for thinking that this book is a totally lost cause, but it is not.

Eugenica is a book about how the human spirit can rise and confront adversity. It is a book about adventure, personal courage, horror, inhumanity, compassion, hatred, cruelty, love, and friendship. It occurs in a 1930's where eugenics becomes a government policy and not just a fanciful theory. It features the excitement of the chase, captures and escapes, fights and confrontations, mystery and intrigue; all the elements of a rousing story that leaves you breathless and wanting more. Well, that is my biased view of it.

The fact is that everyone who has read this book and spoken to me about it has had nothing but good things to say. I could do with a few more good things said about Eugenica, therefore, I am looking for anyone interested in reading the book for free and giving it an honest review. I will provide a free copy of Eugenica in most electronic formats and the honest review will be the only obligation that I will place on you.

Interested? Then please contact me directly.

Many thanks in anticipation
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So. The Rhetoric of Story recruited 1040 students in 48 hours. Woah! You can still enroll free, until tomorrow, using course code STORYMASTER https://www.udemy.com/the-rhetoric-of-story

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In this week's post I'm changing things up a bit. I recently had the pleasure of reading the book Love in the Time of Apocalypse by brilliant author Mark E. Thomas, who pens his work using the pseudonym T.E. Mark. While I do not review books often....

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