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I don’t know if it’s because I’m so busy or other authors are so busy, but this is all I got this week. 

Historical Arts & Crafts

  http://www.sho.com/the-tudors Every time I watch the Tudors, I come away desperately wanting to write letters and make jewelry.  I’m pretty good at the jewelry making part, but I still need to get into the letter-writing part.  https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=niZANtuZomIC&source=productsearch&utm_source=HA_Desktop_US&utm_medium=SEM&utm_campaign=PLA&pcampaignid=MKTAD0930BO1&gclid=CImozM-S-dACFeIcMgod9qIOzA&gclsrc=ds&dclid=COj-38-S-dACFVQ4TwodrPQBiQ It’s an art form lost in this modern age of email and Twitter.  Check out the Book…

Highlighting in Revisions

As mentioned, I think in pictures.  This is great for story creation, but challenging when it comes to revisions and edits.  I get overwhelmed with the images of the story and can’t see the words for just themselves.  One trick I’ve learned is Highlighting.  There are several ways to do this.  Just gotta figure out…