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EClayRowe

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    Icons For A Website Or Blog

    Biblically, dried fish. Often the only protein most people got. Cookies can get you in trouble. Like when I was using public access computers and forgot to sign out of this site. Real cookies seem to make the calories load quickly, too. Broccoli is a special treat at our house. My wife gets terribly sick, so we'll have it only when she's not home or in Chinese takeout. But cookies...
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    Icons For A Website Or Blog

    I may have mentioned before that eating something is usually the signal on Scripture that one is truly alive in the flesh. Good thing I like fish!
  3. Anyway, that explains why I lost my feed to G+ from buffer.com. Now I'm off to that app to reconnect Instagram, where my armor and spacesuit fans hang out.
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    Search Engine Optimization

    TDD, I was advised to stick with ".com" to drive more eyes to the site, though I could have picked up ".net" at half the cost and ". club" for even less. But I think that it's ".club" that will really build my mailing list for what I have in mind. Do you have thoughts on this?
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    Completely New Writer Here. How Do I Publish A Book?

    When I saw this in my notifications, I was intrigued.
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    12 Words Still Misused

    The algorithms are linear, not holistic. They churn through inescapable loops unless the code has a built-in trigger that recognizes subordinate clauses.
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    O Word! Where Have You Been All My Life?

    SW is always the one who sends me back to the dictionary. That's a good thing, since Webster and I grew up together.
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    Completely New Writer Here. How Do I Publish A Book?

    I'm glad to hear that you stick to your standards. " If Nicholas posts it, it's golden."
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    Secrets To Writing A Great Scene

    Dear Sir or Madam: I was all set to bookmark your post as Good Writing Advice until Santa Clause [sic] punched " theEastern Bunny." Please refund the balance of my paid subscription forthwith. You should know that I can practice law in Missouri without completing law school. Affectionately yours, EClayRowe, NRS, MNGS
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    Avoid These Common Book Proposal Mistakes

    You are getting sleepy...
  11. Big fan of KM Weilan and this post prompted me to sign up for all the free swag. I already have two e-books.
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    6 Types Of Narration

    I'll admit a fondness for 1st person narration, especially flawed narrators with their own agendas. Nick Carraway in The Great Gatsby is a prime example. Huck Finn, making moral choices he believes to be immoral.
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    Just For Fun-thursday Pick Me Up!

    "Davey and Goliath" was all you could find in the '60s. Nice but hokey stop motion. Extremely Lutheran.
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    Introducing A Fantasy Setting

    First thing you do is, you make up a language. You have to be really good at this, as good as, say, a British University professor... And when you actually write your story, tell it to a four-year-old first.
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    Hello From A Newbie

    Hello and welcome!
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