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Cheap WordPress hosting is an important part of everyday life for many writers, bloggers and journalists around the world. Through this article I will explain the different advantages of having cheap WordPress hosting powering your website and what benefits it can bring. I will also talk through the basics of SEO (search engine optimisation) and what can be learned...
A pallet jack is an excellent piece of machinery that plays many roles in an industrial and distribution setting. What is a Pallet Jack? A pallet jack is a piece of equipment that is commonly used in industries like distribution. They are characterised by two long platforms to carry the goods that are being transported and a lever to steer and...
Paramedico by Benjamin Gilmour is an extraordinary account of a paramedic who travels the world using his skills to help others by volunteering with different ambulance services across the world. Throughout his travels he is faced with some truly shocking and heartbreaking scenes and is exposed to what scarce resources and lack of policies and procedures in care. Some...
As a writer, it can be difficult to concentrate sometimes in a busy working environment. You’ve got a flow, you’re on a roll, then…BAM. Don’t know what you were talking about. Glass partitions in Glasgow can revolutionise the way that large working spaces are used and seclude specific areas to allow for quieter working conditions. How Can Glass Partitions Help...
As many of you know the internet Is a massive unpredictable tangle of networks that span across the globe. The internet has been around less than 60 years and yet in that time has fundamentally changed western society more than anyone could have expected. It can be a source of “good” and “bad” over half of the world’s population...
You can’t swing a remaindered copy of David Hasselhoff’s autobiography these days without hitting an article about where publishing is headed in the coming years. Though it does get a little tiresome at times, I am still glad to read all the talk and join in the conversation, because, at the very least, I’m thrilled to see that we...
I graduated from what my high school English teacher called “the Academic House of Usher,” attended enough classes at SUNY Stony Brook to graduate, and landed a job at Coward McCann as “assistant to the editor” F.N. Monjo, then head of Coward, McCann’s children’s book department. On my first day he asked me what I thought of a picture...
I WAS EXCITED when Mr. Monjo gave me a manuscript to edit all by myself. It was about a girl and her family coming to live on the Lower East Side in the early 1900s. Mr. Monjo was hoping this would Coward, McCann’s answer to Sydney Taylor’s popular All-of-a-Kind Family, but that was a very private sentiment. The...
Christine Brodien-Jones tells us about her latest novel, The Owl Keeper, and also offers some fantastic promotion tips. Read more about her new novel at www.owlkeeper.com. What inspired you to write your latest book? My inspiration while writing The Owl Keeper (Delacorte Press/Random House) can be traced to all the futuristic, post-apocalyptic novels I’d read over the years, ones like On...
Dear Aspiring Authors, If you find that one of the main characters in your novel is a vampire, please back away from the computer screen before you continue down that road. Think about what you’re doing here. Writing about vampires isn’t going to make your book the next Twilight. If anything, it will become the book...

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