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Writing for Magazines

by Dawn Williams

“It used to be that everything you needed to know to write a magazine article was the topic,” says the author. “Writers who believe this is still true will be left out of the money.” In her book, the forty-year publishing veteran... Read More

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Under a Bear Moon

by Dawn Williams

He watches her from a distance, unseen in the shadows. He tracks her by her scent. Compelled by some nameless quality she possesses, he cannot help but desire her. Lynda Malone knows about the stalker. What she doesn’t know is who—or... Read More

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Graverobbers Wanted

by Dawn Williams

Stumbling from one odd job to the next, Andrew Mayhem is certain that the right career opportunity will present itself eventually. It will be the one, in his opinion, that offers the greatest reward for the least effort. Perhaps that is... Read More

Book Review

Colonel Anne Mackintosh

by Dawn Williams

Some people define success by what they have acquired or accomplished. For others, living for a greater cause is the true measure. Anne Farquharson Mackintosh was one of the latter. In her book, Colonel Anne Mackintosh, author Jean... Read More

Book Review

Real Soon Raccoon!

by Dawn Williams

Inspired by a family game that started after a conversation in the lobby of the author’s apartment building, Real Soon, Raccoon is a simple and amusing book of good-bye lines. In the style of “See you later, alligator; after while,... Read More

Book Review

Graverobbers Wanted

by Dawn Williams

Stumbling from one odd job to the next, Andrew Mayhem is certain that the right career opportunity will present itself eventually. It will be the one, in his opinion, that offers the greatest reward for the least effort. Perhaps that is... Read More

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