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Thoughts from the Author on The Frightened Physicists
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by Jim Sargent May 24, 2022 Mickey Mathews originally met Frank Tuttle, a major completing his 30th year with the US Army, in Honolulu in the spring of 1941. The two became best friends during an adventure later written into the novel The Final Secret by Mathews. An investigative writer who grew up in Flint, Michigan, Mickey finished his college education as well as his famed football and baseball career in the Class of ‘33 at Michigan State Normal College, today’s Eastern Michigan. As the years passed, Mickey continued to produce articles and novels based...
Why History? (by Jim Sargent)
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History –– I wanted to learn why it happened – and when and how. In high school and college I excelled in history and social science classes. After discovering historical fiction, I read even more.
Jim Sargent tells you why he writes about history.
Why I Love Steampunk (by Ren Cummins)
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Of all the genres (and sub-genres) out there, I keep finding myself returning to my first literary fascination: Steampunk. Why? Seriously, it’s a valid question. It’s not The Most Popular Genre Ever, and usually its very mention is followed up almost immediately by the question, “What IS Steampunk?”
Ren Cummins has the answer...
Why Do Readers Like to be Scared?
A. M. Crane Best Books Hauntings Reader's Favorites
The experience is one many of us seek over and over again...through books and film. It's about control. In truth, we control nothing, which makes us all vulnerable to hauntings and things that happen in the afterlife
Why? Because we thrive on fear.
Editing Your Manuscript
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Just how important is an editor? The short answer: Extremely! A longer answer: Editing is the nuts-and-bolts of a good manuscript. It’s also the most painful part of the publishing process. Fortunately, authors have many more resources than were available just ten years ago resulting in an easier process toward a clean manuscript. The choice to have an editor review your manuscript prior to submission, is entirely optional. Doce Blant Publishing has professional editors available to review your ms upon acceptance. The process involves collaboration with the editor, who does more than just look for spelling errors and...