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Browsing Archive: December, 2011

Announcing New Book and Kindle Fire Giveaway by Author RS Guthrie!

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Wednesday, December 28, 2011,

Our friend and fellow author, R.S. Guthrie, is releasing another book! Here is the information on this release:

Who couldn't use a new Kindle Fire, particularly if it were FREE?

I am releasing L O S T, the second book in my Clan of MacAulay series very soon and decided it would be in the holiday spirit to give away a brand new Fire. All a person has to do in order to be entered in the drawing is purchase either one of my books (Black Beast or L O S T) and email me...

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Home School Your Kids - Even If They're in School

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Friday, December 16, 2011,

When I was growing up, the education of children was trusted to the schools. My parents would help out with tough homework questions, but that was about as far as it went. To my knowledge, they never questioned what we were being taught. We were expected to pay attention in class, do the homework, and pass our tests in order to ultimately bring home a passing grade. That's it.

When my own children were in school...

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The Editing Process by Scott Bury

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Friday, December 9, 2011, In : Guest Posts 

Guest Post by Author, Scott Bury

Thanks to PJ and Karen for inviting me to write about my editing process. This is what works for me, and it has also worked for hundreds of students I taught it to when I was a college English professor.

My editing process

What’s the most erroneous myth about writers? The scene in TV shows and movies, where the writer types an opening sentence and immediately rips the page out of the typewriter, crumples it in rage and throwing it into an overflowing waste-bask...

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The Intelligent Actions of an "Ordinary" Dog

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Tuesday, December 6, 2011,

When I was young, my brothers and I had a little dog named Cree. She was a mutt; that much is certain. Yet, she was beautiful as any pure-breed show dog. Although she had the same general appearance as an Irish setter, she was small and her fur was black. Cree was fun-loving and would romp and play like any dog, but she also had a quiet grace and gentle brown eyes, full of love for us. She made no secret of that ...

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Dark Longings
A mystery/suspense
by Wodke Hawkinson

Sue, a sequel to Zeke
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Zeke, a thriller by
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Betrayed, a suspense novel by
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Tangerine by
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Catch Her in the Rye,
Selected Short Stories, Vol. One
by Wodke Hawkinson

Blue, Selected Short Stories, Vol. Two
by Wodke Hawkinson

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