Monthly Archives: July 2020

There’s something about noodle soup.

“I live on good soup, not on fine words.” — Moliere Every society has it’s special soup, whether it be a Provençale Bouillabaisse, an Italian Minestrone, a Parisian Soupe a l’Oignon, a Russian Borscht, an American Seafood Chowder, a Scottish … Continue reading

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Writing & publishing a novel with Scrivener® (Part 1)

At first glance, the Scrivener desktop looks a tad intimidating, but think about it as a real desktop and the comforting things you like to have around you when you’re writing: notepad, index cards, research folders, character sketches, maps, photos, … Continue reading

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