Thursday, May 02, 2013

Come visit my main blog

As is apparent from the lack of posts here, I couldn't keep up with two blogs. I do maintain an active blog on my website, A Writer's Words, An Editor's Eye. Usually I post twice a week, occasionally more often. I write about writing, books, authors, publishing, my faith, and causes I believe in. Hope to see you there soon.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Merry, Merry Christmas!

I have been posting a series of Advent devotions on my blog: A Writer's Words, An Editor's Eye. I hope you'll stop over and visit.

You'll also find book reviews and author interviews, posts on writing and Christian faith, and more. I'd love to see you there.

And I wish you and your loved ones a blessed Christmas and a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2012.

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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Recent Posts at A Writer's Words, An Editor's Eye

  • Conversations about the Future of Publishing

  • My E-Publishing Journey

  • Why Give a Sample Edit?

  • Using Style Sheets

  • Should You Follow a Style Guide for Your Blog?

  • Changing Styles

  • Visit A Writer's Words, An Editor's Eye to read more.

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    Saturday, February 05, 2011

    Have These Missed These Posts?

    If you haven't visited my main blog, A Writer's Words, An Editor's Eye, lately, you have missed:
    Just Do It!
    Review – Leadership: It Takes More Than a Great Haircut!
    Interview with The Barber-osopher: Terry L. Sumerlin
    Abortion: Legalized Murder
    Review: Thumbing Through Thoreau
    Interview: Aggie Villanueva on The Rewritten Word
    Editing The Rewritten Word
    Interview with Nancy Nicholson, LBSW
    Review: It’s Murder, My Son
    The Future of Alzheimer’s: Hope in the Long-Term
    National Alzheimer’s Month and National Caregivers Month
    Maybe I Was Right to Be Scared

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    Tuesday, December 14, 2010

    New Book for Alzheimer's Caregivers

    You have become the caregiver for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease. You may have been dreading this for some time, or you may have been surprised when this responsibility was thrust upon you. Maybe you know you are among 11 million family caregivers caring for 5 million Alzheimer’s patients in the United States, but those numbers don’t make you feel any less alone.

    Perhaps you don’t know anything about the disease, but most likely, you know just enough to realize that you are facing new and difficult challenges. Your loved one has exhibited short-term memory loss and behavioral changes. You’re relieved to know the reason for the changes, but you’re overwhelmed with the responsibility of caregiving. You want to give your loved one the best care possible, but you don’t know how to deal with the new and sometimes bizarre behaviors.

    If you see yourself in the description above, this guide is just what you need. You can read it from cover to cover in an hour or so and find simple, efficient, practical tips to help you with everything from activities of daily living to laughter and enjoyable activities. Keep it handy to refer to specific sections as your loved one’s disease progresses and you face new situations. Learn how to care for your loved one and yourself and how to make the best of your time together.

    Available in print and electronic formats.

    A wonderful Christmas stocking stuffer for an Alzheimer's caregiver!

    For ordering information, visit the publisher's website.

    For more information, read an interview with the author.

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    Tuesday, November 02, 2010

    Recent Posts on A Writer's Words, An Editor's Eye

    My primary blog is A Writer's Words, An Editor's Eye. I maintain this blog primarily to be able to comment on Blogger blogs. Please visit my main blog—here are some recent posts:

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    Sunday, October 17, 2010

    How to Write Your Life Story

    Would you like to write your memoir or autobiography but don't know where to begin? I recently wrote a case study of a client, Borge Hansen, and his autobiography. His experience and my advice may help you write your own story.

    Case Study of a Life Story: Part 1 – The Beginning

    Case Study of a Life Story: Part 2 – Writing the Story

    Case Study of a Life Story: Part 3 – Turning a Story into a Book

    Case Study of a Life Story: Part 4 – The Result and Recommendations

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