Category Archives: Authors

Oxford Ancestors – DNA Saturdays October 10, 2020

This company, Oxford Ancestors https://www.oxfordancestors.com/, is a DNA company, but it doesn’t look at autosomal DNA, only mtDNA and Y-DNA (26 marker test). It comes in handy if you want to look at mtDNA or Y-DNA matches, but it won’t … Continue reading

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Review: Social Justice and the Christian Church — The Domain for Truth

Ronald Nash. Social Justice and the Christian Church.  Lima, OH: Academic Renewal Press, January 10th 2002. 180 pp. 5 out of 5 Purchase: Amazon Want to read a book to understand a biblical worldview concerning the issues and topics brought up in the name … Continue reading

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Character name changes should never be forced — Welcome to My Magick Theatre

If you’re observing Yom Kippur in lockdown, may you have an easy and meaningful fast despite being deprived of going to synagogue and being with other people! I recently took a short break in prepping the paperback production of the … Continue reading

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NAJA announces 2020 National Native Media Award winners — Native American Journalists Association

The Native American Journalists Association will recognize outstanding Indigenous journalism during virtual ceremony Oct. 15 NORMAN, Okla. — The Native American Journalists Association will present more than 250 awards recognizing the best coverage of Indian Country during the 2020 National … Continue reading

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The Games of Sorcerers. — Middle-earth Reflections

J. R. R. Tolkien never seemed to choose words accidentally. He was careful when assigning references to characters or places to convey various shades of meaning that might not be obvious straight away. It is also the case with how … Continue reading

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When should you change a character’s age?

Changing a character’s age might seem a little detail akin to changing a name or city, but it can be quite complicated. The longer you’ve been with a character, the harder it becomes to change, not just emotionally, but in … Continue reading

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Don’t Cut Off Your Nose to Spite Your Face – Forgiveness Sundays September 20, 2020

“Cutting off your nose to spite your face” was one of Mom’s favorite sayings. It wasn’t usually directed at me as I realized how silly a concept this was. She said it often enough it stuck with me. Here’s Wikipedia … Continue reading

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Wordsearch moves to LOGOS — Guam Christian Blog

I’m thrilled to welcome Wordsearch users into the Faithlife family!   We’re partnering with LifeWay to transition Wordsearch to Logos Bible Software, to protect your investment and to expand access to Wordsearch, LifeWay, and B&H content.   We’ve been building … Continue reading

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The Many Theories and Conspiracies Related to Jack the Ripper – Released today. — Writer & Writing Coach

FREE BOOK FOR THE WEEKEND Much has been studied on the most popular cold case ever, Jack the Ripper. There are limited facts on the case and many of the original documents are missing. They have mysteriously been lost, stolen … Continue reading

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How to Format an Article Correctly on Medium — Writer & Writing Coach

As an editor for several publications, over the internet, I see the same mistakes from new writers. To attract readers, a good format is almost as essential as the written word. Without a format that attracts the eye, many readers … Continue reading

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