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Living with PTSD One Day at a Time – a book review
If combat or abuse of any kind, mental or physical, has traumatized you, I’m suggesting you read this memoir, even if it is the only one you real in your life. If you hate to read, then listen to the audiobook. Geeze, no excuses! You may also want to read this memoir if you know…
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An American Allegory Revealed through Stargirl
What defines a fake Christian?
An Author Interview with Lloyd Lofthouse at the HBS Author’s Spotlight
What is Lloyd Lofthouse’s next book about?
When the Muse Strikes and A-Cappella Hijacked the Next Novel
I turned 21 in Vietnam where I’d hold a grenade with the pin pulled to make sure if I fell asleep while on watch, the blast would wake the others.
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Are you self-published? I am!
Twenty percent of indie authors earn nothing from their books. What do traditional published authors earn?
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What reading level should you write for?
Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winning author Ernest Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea” has a 4th grade reading level.