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Ruth, some hints are: eat enough roughage type foods, whole grains, beans, veg and fruit, that you get a satisfying daily bowel movement (when I was a kid the doctors always owuld ask if we were ‘regular’…); eat small portions, and don’t go too long between snacks and meals, make whatever you can special and enjoyable about planning, shopping, preparing and eating your food. People don’t really need to eat as much as they are eating nowadays in the industrialized countries. I am at a international scientific conference now in Ancient Olympia Greece about Agriculture, Nutrition and Health and (I am a writer, not a scientist) my recommendation to everyone is, become informed, the scientific evidence is clear, processed food and trans fats are harmful to our health.Since 1970′s the first studies were done, the evidence was overwhelming then and nothing has changed: among other things, the human being requires a particular ratio of lipids in the fuel it consumes to function properly. By introducing hydrogenated fats into the diet, food and oil manufacturers have worked, not a miracle for the consumer (say%

Montag, 30. September 2013

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I am in despair! Here I was having a jolly time at the Masquerade and finely guessing the true identity of the mystery blog takeroverer! Ha! – and then my guess crumbles into dust as I realize it cannot be Ann Charles and once again I realized I am among the clueless, no superiority to lord over all, no bragging rights to my great intellectual achievement realizing I will therefore once again have to resort to bribery. So mystery takeroverer, just fill out the form and leave your name and address and I will happily forward the best bottle of red available at my corner 7-11 direct to your door. Not falling for it huh, well I will make another guess are you Lacy Weatherford? If not I will still be drinking a steaming cuppa with a splash of Irish cream in your honor and toasting you with a baby Snickers for the fun you have provided me this evening and to Todd, thank you so much for participating in this fun Masquerade and for your incredible generosity in sharing First Chosen with us. I look forward benefiting from you kindness with the reading of what sounds like a very good book. dz59001[at]gmal[dot]com

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I am in despair! Here I was having a jolly time at the Masquerade and finely guessing the true identity of the mystery blog takeroverer! Ha! – and then my guess crumbles into dust as I realize it cannot be Ann Charles and once again I realized I am among the clueless, no superiority to lord over all, no bragging rights to my great intellectual achievement realizing I will therefore once again have to resort to bribery. So mystery takeroverer, just fill out the form and leave your name and address and I will happily forward the best bottle of red available at my corner 7-11 direct to your door. Not falling for it huh, well I will make another guess are you Lacy Weatherford? If not I will still be drinking a steaming cuppa with a splash of Irish cream in your honor and toasting you with a baby Snickers for the fun you have provided me this evening and to Todd, thank you so much for participating in this fun Masquerade and for your incredible generosity in sharing First Chosen with us. I look forward benefiting from you kindness with the reading of what sounds like a very good book. dz59001[at]gmal[dot]com

Montag, 30. September 2013

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Montag, 30. September 2013

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Negative emotions (like sadness, stress, anger, etc.) causes your Serotonin production to be low; when your Serotonin level is low, you are more prone to getting Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression, etc.Medication like Antidepressants (SSRI – Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor) helps to boost Serotonin level.But there are natural ways to do it without medication. There’s this strange herb called “St John’s Wort” – it is said to be more effective than Prozac. No, it is not for mild depression only and ignore those sayings. In fact, it does help anxiety and panic-attacks as St John’s Wort works like prozac. Other natural ways will be exercise, diet, more exposure to light, etc.The problem is that, even if your Serotonin is balanced… you have that “learned behavior” in your mind. You need to break that initial cycle to destroy that learned behavior – Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) does this. A technique that you can use without CBT will be Distraction… There are several other techniques to help cope them!Ok, to use Distraction

Montag, 30. September 2013

Buckie: Good morning, everyo

Good morning, everyone, and thanks for all the great questions! I’m back with some answers for you.An — It’s fine to re-query agents on projects that have *substantial* revisions, but you should always note that you approached them earlier on the project, especially if you’ve changed the title. You don’t want them to remember bits of your project and your name and suspect you of trying to trick them. Honest and up front.Jen — Most agents will provide some level of editorial advice before submitting a project, thought what level will depend on the agent in question. Some agents feel more comfortable being editorial than others, based on their skills. I can’t speak for all the Knight Agency ladies, but I think most of us give editorial feedback, and, personally, I can go pretty in-depth when necessary.The Knight Agency is open to queries through the holidays. That doesn’t necessarily mean we’ll be replying to them during the holidays, but feel free to send them along. L.G. — Paranormal and urban fantasy both are getting to be tougher sells, just due to the glut in the marketplace. Editors and readers are still interested; you just need to find something fresh to write about. Most people will claim there’s no automatic rejection based on subject, since anything can be done in an original way that will lead to a fabulous book, but at the same time, vampires, werewolves, and shapeshifters are all getting to be much harder sells. As for me, I really don’t want to see any more vampire books right now. I love them, but I’m so, so tired of them. So yes, it’s a more difficult genre to break into than it was three years ago, but books are still selling, so just do your best to write something fresh and exciting.Stephanie — Regarding planning a writing career, that’s part of an agent’s job — to help a writer determine what steps to take next. That said, there’s no “dictating” involved, or at least there shouldn’t be. You want to hav

Sonntag, 29. September 2013

Buckie: Good morning, everyo

Good morning, everyone, and thanks for all the great questions! I’m back with some answers for you.An — It’s fine to re-query agents on projects that have *substantial* revisions, but you should always note that you approached them earlier on the project, especially if you’ve changed the title. You don’t want them to remember bits of your project and your name and suspect you of trying to trick them. Honest and up front.Jen — Most agents will provide some level of editorial advice before submitting a project, thought what level will depend on the agent in question. Some agents feel more comfortable being editorial than others, based on their skills. I can’t speak for all the Knight Agency ladies, but I think most of us give editorial feedback, and, personally, I can go pretty in-depth when necessary.The Knight Agency is open to queries through the holidays. That doesn’t necessarily mean we’ll be replying to them during the holidays, but feel free to send them along. L.G. — Paranormal and urban fantasy both are getting to be tougher sells, just due to the glut in the marketplace. Editors and readers are still interested; you just need to find something fresh to write about. Most people will claim there’s no automatic rejection based on subject, since anything can be done in an original way that will lead to a fabulous book, but at the same time, vampires, werewolves, and shapeshifters are all getting to be much harder sells. As for me, I really don’t want to see any more vampire books right now. I love them, but I’m so, so tired of them. So yes, it’s a more difficult genre to break into than it was three years ago, but books are still selling, so just do your best to write something fresh and exciting.Stephanie — Regarding planning a writing career, that’s part of an agent’s job — to help a writer determine what steps to take next. That said, there’s no “dictating” involved, or at least there shouldn’t be. You want to hav

Sonntag, 29. September 2013

Buckie: Good morning, everyo

Good morning, everyone, and thanks for all the great questions! I’m back with some answers for you.An — It’s fine to re-query agents on projects that have *substantial* revisions, but you should always note that you approached them earlier on the project, especially if you’ve changed the title. You don’t want them to remember bits of your project and your name and suspect you of trying to trick them. Honest and up front.Jen — Most agents will provide some level of editorial advice before submitting a project, thought what level will depend on the agent in question. Some agents feel more comfortable being editorial than others, based on their skills. I can’t speak for all the Knight Agency ladies, but I think most of us give editorial feedback, and, personally, I can go pretty in-depth when necessary.The Knight Agency is open to queries through the holidays. That doesn’t necessarily mean we’ll be replying to them during the holidays, but feel free to send them along. L.G. — Paranormal and urban fantasy both are getting to be tougher sells, just due to the glut in the marketplace. Editors and readers are still interested; you just need to find something fresh to write about. Most people will claim there’s no automatic rejection based on subject, since anything can be done in an original way that will lead to a fabulous book, but at the same time, vampires, werewolves, and shapeshifters are all getting to be much harder sells. As for me, I really don’t want to see any more vampire books right now. I love them, but I’m so, so tired of them. So yes, it’s a more difficult genre to break into than it was three years ago, but books are still selling, so just do your best to write something fresh and exciting.Stephanie — Regarding planning a writing career, that’s part of an agent’s job — to help a writer determine what steps to take next. That said, there’s no “dictating” involved, or at least there shouldn’t be. You want to hav

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Samstag, 28. September 2013

Debrah: Good morning, everyo

Good morning, everyone, and thanks for all the great questions! I’m back with some answers for you.An — It’s fine to re-query agents on projects that have *substantial* revisions, but you should always note that you approached them earlier on the project, especially if you’ve changed the title. You don’t want them to remember bits of your project and your name and suspect you of trying to trick them. Honest and up front.Jen — Most agents will provide some level of editorial advice before submitting a project, thought what level will depend on the agent in question. Some agents feel more comfortable being editorial than others, based on their skills. I can’t speak for all the Knight Agency ladies, but I think most of us give editorial feedback, and, personally, I can go pretty in-depth when necessary.The Knight Agency is open to queries through the holidays. That doesn’t necessarily mean we’ll be replying to them during the holidays, but feel free to send them along. L.G. — Paranormal and urban fantasy both are getting to be tougher sells, just due to the glut in the marketplace. Editors and readers are still interested; you just need to find something fresh to write about. Most people will claim there’s no automatic rejection based on subject, since anything can be done in an original way that will lead to a fabulous book, but at the same time, vampires, werewolves, and shapeshifters are all getting to be much harder sells. As for me, I really don’t want to see any more vampire books right now. I love them, but I’m so, so tired of them. So yes, it’s a more difficult genre to break into than it was three years ago, but books are still selling, so just do your best to write something fresh and exciting.Stephanie — Regarding planning a writing career, that’s part of an agent’s job — to help a writer determine what steps to take next. That said, there’s no “dictating” involved, or at least there shouldn’t be. You want to hav

Samstag, 28. September 2013

Debrah: Good morning, everyo

Good morning, everyone, and thanks for all the great questions! I’m back with some answers for you.An — It’s fine to re-query agents on projects that have *substantial* revisions, but you should always note that you approached them earlier on the project, especially if you’ve changed the title. You don’t want them to remember bits of your project and your name and suspect you of trying to trick them. Honest and up front.Jen — Most agents will provide some level of editorial advice before submitting a project, thought what level will depend on the agent in question. Some agents feel more comfortable being editorial than others, based on their skills. I can’t speak for all the Knight Agency ladies, but I think most of us give editorial feedback, and, personally, I can go pretty in-depth when necessary.The Knight Agency is open to queries through the holidays. That doesn’t necessarily mean we’ll be replying to them during the holidays, but feel free to send them along. L.G. — Paranormal and urban fantasy both are getting to be tougher sells, just due to the glut in the marketplace. Editors and readers are still interested; you just need to find something fresh to write about. Most people will claim there’s no automatic rejection based on subject, since anything can be done in an original way that will lead to a fabulous book, but at the same time, vampires, werewolves, and shapeshifters are all getting to be much harder sells. As for me, I really don’t want to see any more vampire books right now. I love them, but I’m so, so tired of them. So yes, it’s a more difficult genre to break into than it was three years ago, but books are still selling, so just do your best to write something fresh and exciting.Stephanie — Regarding planning a writing career, that’s part of an agent’s job — to help a writer determine what steps to take next. That said, there’s no “dictating” involved, or at least there shouldn’t be. You want to hav

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Debrah: Good morning, everyo

Good morning, everyone, and thanks for all the great questions! I’m back with some answers for you.An — It’s fine to re-query agents on projects that have *substantial* revisions, but you should always note that you approached them earlier on the project, especially if you’ve changed the title. You don’t want them to remember bits of your project and your name and suspect you of trying to trick them. Honest and up front.Jen — Most agents will provide some level of editorial advice before submitting a project, thought what level will depend on the agent in question. Some agents feel more comfortable being editorial than others, based on their skills. I can’t speak for all the Knight Agency ladies, but I think most of us give editorial feedback, and, personally, I can go pretty in-depth when necessary.The Knight Agency is open to queries through the holidays. That doesn’t necessarily mean we’ll be replying to them during the holidays, but feel free to send them along. L.G. — Paranormal and urban fantasy both are getting to be tougher sells, just due to the glut in the marketplace. Editors and readers are still interested; you just need to find something fresh to write about. Most people will claim there’s no automatic rejection based on subject, since anything can be done in an original way that will lead to a fabulous book, but at the same time, vampires, werewolves, and shapeshifters are all getting to be much harder sells. As for me, I really don’t want to see any more vampire books right now. I love them, but I’m so, so tired of them. So yes, it’s a more difficult genre to break into than it was three years ago, but books are still selling, so just do your best to write something fresh and exciting.Stephanie — Regarding planning a writing career, that’s part of an agent’s job — to help a writer determine what steps to take next. That said, there’s no “dictating” involved, or at least there shouldn’t be. You want to hav

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