Category Archives: Your work into print

Dan’s Grandfather

Biographies are a popular form of writing. Too often, however, you find yourself reading one just because you feel you should. This is often the case when people decide everyone must know about someone who is famous. In this case, … Continue reading

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The Story of Two War Brides

World War II is a time many remember, although the amount of people who actually experienced it is decreasing. That is one reason why it is incredibly important to record your memories, your parents’ memories and your grandparents’ memories of … Continue reading

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Creation of a Semple – a family guide to home herbal remedies

Modern medicine is slowing coming to terms with alternative medicines. While not exactly embracing the old home remedies with open arms, it is becoming more common to combine traditional and current medical practices – this is complementary medicine. While doctors … Continue reading

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A Book of Spells for a Witch?

A Spell Book – that’s right.  Not an easy project. The number of spells is sufficient, but how to put them together to create an orderly and easily read book? Spellbooks are available in several forms. There are the cute … Continue reading

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A Yorkshire Housewife

The old joke goes that somewhere inside us in a story crying to be heard and in most cases, it should be left that way – unheard. Fortunately, we don’t believe that. Everyone has had an eventful life. It may … Continue reading

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Steven’s Political Poetry

Poetry books are a personal expression. Working with poets can be a delight or very trying. There is an exactitude poets expect. They have put the best (or even the worst) of themselves into their work. They expect you to … Continue reading

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Phil’s Travel Journals

Some people spend much of their life traveling. Others work hard, saving up money for that one great trip a year. Phil is in the latter category. For him, work exists only to provide money to do what he wants … Continue reading

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