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Writing is a craft, and writers are busy people who must hone that craft. That’s why we have put together this series of Short & Helpful™ learning modules presented by writers who have “been there and done that” and want to share their knowledge with you. Each module includes: A Short & Helpful™ video of 20 to 30 minutes available on your schedule during the first week of the month. Interaction with the instructor available the first two weeks of the month. A companion pdf that goes along with the points of the video. SAVE Over $100 with Short & …

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Raising Timber

When lightning strikes Lainey Clayson, her young son Timber believes she has been granted super powers. She could certainly use some, especially when it comes to raising a child whose life was altered before he was even born.

As if being adopted weren’t enough, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is how the doctors explain Timber’s difficulties, and it seems to fit with the few facts they know about his birth.

Trouble comes at Lainey in waves. Timber’s behavior is too unpredictable for the school. Her husband loses his job, and they gamble everything on opening a new restaurant. When hard work is not an antidote for a troubled life, where can they turn?

Fall in love with Lainey, Timber and their zany friends and relatives in Bailey, Colorado as the unexpected becomes the expected and things are seldom what they seem.

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No News is Bad News

Scribe & Hortatory (Blog)

Interview with Maureen Milliken

Author of No News is Bad News

Maureen writes about what she knows and what she loves: newspapers and Maine. As a third generation newspaper editor, she portrays her protagonist, Bernie O’Dea, with a realism that can’t be matched. She also paints Maine with a strong and loving brush. The reader can almost smell the decaying leaves on the ground and feel the sweltering humidity of the Maine summer. With masterful use of flashbacks and step backs, Milliken braids three time lines into a single strong story that grabs the reader’s attention and doesn’t let it go. Bernie as owner of the local weekly newspaper, and Pete …