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Single Quotes or Double Quotes?

Originally posted on C.A. Simonson:
It can be confusing to know where to use quotation marks. Writers are familiar with using quotes for sentences but what about thoughts? What about words with another meaning? This is simply a question…

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April 22 Speaker-Camille Faye

About Camille Faye During her years as a university Composition instructor and writing center tutor, Camille Faye worked with hundreds of writers from varying backgrounds and skill levels on many types of writing projects. She can work with writers in … Continue reading

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March 25 Speaker

Casey will speak on: Authors should expect more from their publishers. Casey W. Cowan has worked in and around the journalism, artistic, and literary fields for twenty years. He’s worked as a reporter, photographer, and graphic designer for a variety … Continue reading

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Historian

A native Missourian, Amanda Kassner lives in north Ozark with her husband, Jarod, and son, Sam. She is in the process of writing her mystery/crime drama about a paralegal tackling a new murder case.  Besides being an avid reader, Amanda … Continue reading

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February 25 Speaker

Brian Katcher is the author of several young adult books, including ALMOST PERFECT, winner of the American Library Association’s 2011 Stonewall Book Award; PLAYING WITH MATCHES, winner of the 2011 North Carolina Young Adult Book Award, and THE IMPROBABLE THEORY … Continue reading

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