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Ghosts of Glen Holly

The Ghosts of Glen Holly Rising from the red clay-stained waters of Lake Allatoona, Glen Holly teases a few times a year. When the water retreats, a home place appears. War, fire, nature and water have finished their work to dismantle the mansion. Gone are the vineyards, orchards, and gardens, but the Cooper family has kept the […]

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The Dress

The Dress – Lisa M. Russell

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Writing on Purpose

  There are some interesting thoughts on my “old” blog about writing: https://lisamoserrussell.wordpress.com/     Do you want an autographed copy of my book, Lost Towns of North Georgia?[wpecpp name=”Autographed copy, “Lost Towns of North Georgia:” price=”17.00″ align=”right”]

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Writing and Feng Shui

“Scattered words and phrases hide your word design; it may be time for a writing makeover. Rewriting eLearning content starts by using your word-processing tools to spot wordiness. With practice, concise writing will become your natural style.” Do you think most learners actively read and engage with the text in your eLearning courses? Or do […]

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Logical Fallacies in this Political Season

Rhetoric is not just for liars anymore. Politicians have given “rhetoric” a bad name. This current political season is no different than any other. People trying to get elected use words to get you to do things – vote for them. At some point, the word, “rhetoric” will be spewed out as if it were […]

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Lost Towns This Fall

Coming October 17, 2016 Events

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Grab Your Demons by the Neck

I suggest you stalk your demons. Embrace them. If you are a writer, especially one who has been unable to make your work count or stick, you must grab your demons by the neck and face them down. And whatever you do, don’t censor yourself. There’s always time and editors for that (Lerner). Betsy Lerner […]

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