Gina Manis grew up in South Alabama, where country living is a way of life. She has a small farm with lots of animals, and she is proud to live a simple life with her family.
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Born Diane Patricia Drasche, she knew at a very young age that she would either like to become a ballet dancer, a teacher, or a writer. And so it was that by the age of 32, she’d dabbled in all three ambitions, with writing winning out.
It is said that human civilization and culture actually began when we first accomplished how to write on cave walls. Exchanging messages, conveying ideas, expression emotions… so many things you can achieve via writing and most of them you haven’t even thought of. That’s why reading this book comes as a revelation for most people.
How To Become a Wealthy Author (Success Principles for Authors) By Greg Parry Book Review Book Details Title: How To Become a Wealthy Author (Success Principles for Authors): Your Passport to Publishing Prosperity Author: Greg Parry, PhD. Genre: NonFiction / Authorship / Mentoring & Coaching Length: 140
23 STEPS TO SAFELY QUIT YOUR JOB AND BECOME A FULL TIME WRITER You have a good life. You have a normal, average life. You did not become a state president. You are not homeless, either. You are there, right in the middle of society. A normal
On July 1st, a hurricane of inspiration hit me, and I set out to write 50,000 words of my breathtaking, mind-blowing “My Twin Flame – The secrets behind the hidden Gates” story. Some said I was unhinged, and indeed, such an audacious endeavor is full of perils
Four days before the Start (Friday, June 27th, 2014) Emotions come and go. What’s in this journal for you? Well… let me start, please. Two months ago I decided that I AM A WRITER. I repeat, what’s in this for you? It is nothing more than the
Some months ago while listening to a Podcast for writers I heard a word which I thought was funny… something seemingly impossible to spell. The Podcast’s host and guest were talking about NaNoWriMo… which according to the conversation, I understood that all writers knew about. At that