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Friday Writer’s Roundup: Great Advice for Freelancers

rp_depositphotos_8545153_xs.jpgI found lots of great resources this week that I wanted to share with all my writing friends– so I put them together in this blog post. Hope everyone has had a great, and productive, week! Life got in the way for me this week– luckily I have the weekend to get caught up :)

I also have a board on Scoop.it where I save the best information and articles I find around the internet, and I curate stuff to that board regularly. I try to share these things on social media, but sometimes the ADHD kicks in and I’m off to something else. Lots of good stuff on my Scoop.it board–you really should check it out, too: http://www.scoop.it/t/writing-by-denise-gabbard Read the rest of this entry »

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Hilarious Books by Women You Should Read

bossypantsAre you looking for a good book to read? Are you in the mood for something funny and entertaining? There are several hilarious books on the market today by comedic women which you may enjoy. As they say, laughter is the best medicine for pretty much any situation you may find yourself in. Here are a few books that are sure to lift your spirits through shear hilarity. Read the rest of this entry »

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Book Review: Debt Solutions that Work

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I was recently asked to write a review of this book by Stephen Howe. It is Debt Solutions that Work: Your Guide to Get out of Debt and Stay out of Debt for Good. As a writer myself, I always enjoy reading books by new authors, so I was happy to agree to read it and write a review about it.

While I wanted to be thrilled with this book and give Stephen a rave review, I cannot do that with good conscience. I do believe that he had excellent intentions in writing this book, and it’s okay as a basic primer for teenagers or young adults. However, anyone with some life experience under their belt will find the information in this short book pretty simplistic. (Of course, my background is in the finance industry– I am probably over-thinking this a little.) Read the rest of this entry »

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