Author Archives: DrEMiller

About DrEMiller

K-12 teacher for 13 years (Special Education for 10 years); Post-secondary educator since 2002; Education consulting since 1995. When teaching, held teaching certificates in K-12 special education, reading specialist; and secondary social studies. Doctorate: Educational Psychology Programmer/analyst for 10 years, including project management and training of corporate execs.

The Ultimate Guide – Chapter 16

Originally posted on Don Massenzio's Blog:
Photo credit: http://www.businessesgrow.com The Snobbery of Traditional Publishing During a recent weekend, my seven year old daughter had an event with her dance group at a local street festival. As we walked around and…

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5 ways to promote your blog for free & efficiently — Roberta Pimentel

Originally posted on Libby Sommer, Author:
Blogger Roberta Pimentel shares some excellent tips on ways to increase traffic to your WordPress blog site: It has been a while since I have given tips and advice to my readers but now…

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5 ways to promote your blog for free & efficiently

Originally posted on Roberta Pimentel:
It has been a while since I have given tips and advice to my readers but now I have scheduled advice and tips to be on Wednesdays. I am really exited about the new schedule…

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Markets For Writers

Originally posted on esthernewtonblog:
This week’s market is for the non-fiction writers. The Ouen Press Short Story Competition is calling for true travel tales. Here are the details for you: Prizes: 1st Prize: £300 Runners-up x 2: £100 Highly commended…

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The Writing Life

Originally posted on Libby Sommer, Author:
? Another of my favourite books on the writing process is The Writing Life by Annie Dillard, a small and passionate guide to the terrain of a writer’s world. Annie Dillard has written eleven…

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A Post about Zentangle from My Other Blog

Today, I posted on my  other blog site. The post isn’t about writing, unless you count an example of poor writing. Instead, it is sort of about how I got into Zentangling. If you have followed my blog for a while, … Continue reading

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My Weekly Writing Challenge – With A Twist!

Originally posted on esthernewtonblog:
This week’s challenge is a little different – there isn’t one! Instead, from next week, I’m going to be setting some new mini competitions with prizes. I hope you’ll give them a go. Watch this space…

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Forecast: Partly Cloudy, Chance of Eerie 

It was that kind of day.  It started off well enough– sleep hadn’t eluded me, so I awoke well-rested and smiling. Physical therapy went splendidly, leaving my body more relaxed than it had been for quite some time. Instead of … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

Originally posted on esthernewtonblog:
This week’s market will suit those of you who like a writing prompt. Scribble magazine is currently accepting entries for its annual short story competition. Your theme is FEAR. Prizes: 1st: £100 2nd: £50 3rd: £25…

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Becoming A Writer

Originally posted on Libby Sommer, Author:
I highly recommend this book a friend from London gave me many years ago at the beginning of my writing journey. ‘A reissue of a classic work published in 1934 on writing and the…

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