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Portfolio: Submitting to the Eddie Adams Workshop

Portfolio: Submitting to the Eddie Adams Workshop

Note: This is my second year submitting a portfolio for the Eddie Adams Workshop. Last year, unfortunately, I wasn’t accepted, but since then, I’ve had some tremendous opportunities to capture the lives of Soldiers in training. This is the portfolio ...

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Jump: Some questions and answers

Jump: Some questions and answers

In anticipation of the release of my upcoming novel, Jump, I wanted to offer some answers on a few questions I think readers and media might have regarding the book. I hope you enjoy!   How did the idea for ...

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What kind of dad

What kind of dad

Heather rolled out of bed, carrying Asher with her, who was still sleepy and clung to her. It was dark outside. Too early to get up. Phoenix lay in bed with me. Both of our boys had snuck into the ...

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A marketing strategy for a self-published novelist

A marketing strategy for a self-published novelist

(Cover image belongs to artist Knows Flower) In marketing AMIDST TRAFFIC (my first self-published book, which has won several awards) I didn’t follow much of a marketing plan. I basically finished the book, had it edited, and rushed to publish just so ...

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#HowIWrite Blog Hop: Jumping into my mirky pages

#HowIWrite Blog Hop: Jumping into my mirky pages

I was tagged by a fellow author across the Atlantic ocean to take part in this Blog Hop: Scottish literary author John Logan, whose novel, “The Survival of Thomas Ford” I reviewed on my blog last year.  The fun behind ...

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