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Writer Wednesday: 10 Famous Authors Who Remind Us That Great Writers Can Also Be Decent Human Beings

I really enjoyed reading the blurbs on these 10 famous authors and the impact she shared with humanity. The article by Huffington Post, entitled 10 Famous Authors Who Remind Us That Great Writers Can Also Be Decent Human Beings, shares some lovely ways to give back the world.

Of course, there are more authors out there who do good works. If you know of them, post in comments.



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Wednesday Writer: SoMuchToWrite… Guest Blog


Roxanne Crouse of provides guest posts for authors to talk about their writing process. She provides posts on writing, and her own journey towards publishing, and you can find her work at her Author page on Amazon.

This post includes Dale Grove, who published Gray Maneuvers , a sci-fi novel on mind-control technology.

I’ve read a number of his short stories, and find his style and copious amount ideas confirm we’ll be seeing more of his writing in the coming years.

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Writer Wednesday: Education Portal (Free Writing Courses)!


I found this site, Education Portal in my search for free classes for my son, when I found this page on writing courses- all free! I’m certain some of my readers would be interested.

Hey, its free, right?

One course that interests me is How to Find the Short Story Within Your Novel and this page on College Composition. Oddly enough, I think my son might glean something from the courses as well.

I might try a few of them myself, and even checkout the Free Marketing Courses offered by online sites.

Some courses also offer CLEP testing, which enables you to earn college credits.

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John Green- 42 Idioms

johngreenJohn Green, author of The Fault in Our Stars , hosts a show called Mental Floss. This episode covers 41 Idioms (and their origins). Its very entertaining, to find the use the figure of speech which is not literal.


The Fault in Our Stars by John Green



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