Stories of Hope – It’s Here!

For our Aussie friends.

Cage Dunn - Writer/Author

It’s an eBook only (a lot of stories in there, lots of people wanting to help), and all proceeds from the anthology will be distributed to the WWF Bushfire Relief Fund and Red Cross.

Now available for pre-order — I’m ordering mine now, and I hope you have a look when it comes out, or put your order in to get the rush from short stories, poetry, dreams and aftermath that lead toward Hope.

Have a look; the preview will be available soon, just a few days away …

And a sneak peek at the poster for the cover:

And now I have to update my story from the draft folder and slip it into the published folder.

Oh, my story? It’s Muddy n Milly. I hope you enjoy this little story that slipped from the universe to my synapses and onto the page … yes, it’s magic.


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How to Self-Publish on Amazon

Great article.

Nicholas C. Rossis

A writer friend contacted me the other day to ask if I had any how-to posts on self-publishing. Specifically, she was asking for detailed information on how to self-publish her book on Amazon.

I didn’t have anything like that, as this blog assumes you will have already published your book and are looking for ways to promote it. But after a quick search, I realized that Amazon has dedicated an entire microsite to just that. They call it KDP Jumpstart and is a mini-course that walks you through all steps. So, here it is, for any writers who are still looking to self-publish their first book.

KDP Jumpstart

New to Kindle Direct Publishing? Want a simple, step-by-step guide to publishing on Amazon? KDP Jumpstart is a streamlined, sequential approach to the steps required to go from finished manuscript to published book. To publish on KDP, you’ll complete four major…

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‘Terrible and disgusting’ | Unstable? | New Immune Cells found kill Cancer | No More ENDLESS War

Interesting new development regarding cancer research

Lara Trace Hentz

At the moment of discovery last week, Rhonda Farrar, who is Tlingit, finds a genealogy of her family including Native names in a document from Juneau, Alaska. It has her great-grandparents in it. Farrar says, “I didn’t know all this stuff. [It’s] a surprise. Really, really special.” Information found includes her aunt’s tribal enrollment paper and other enrollment information. (Alan Berner / The Seattle Times)
For many, it seems like a betrayal. The decision to pack up and move the National Archives at Seattle to Southern California and Kansas City, Missouri, has rattled those who have spent hours doing research in the mammoth facility.

OMG: ‘Terrible and disgusting’: Decision to close National Archives at Seattle a blow to tribes, historians in 4 states | The Seattle Times


READ: New Book Sheds Light on Trump’s Dark Mind

“Oh, and that isn’t all. This self-absorbed, egomaniacal, arrogant, bag of Cheetos vomit…

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