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My Ten Most Watched How-to Videos

Every month I make a dozen or more tutorial videos and publish them on my YouTube channel and on my Practical Ed Tech Facebook page. I’ve been doing this regularly for the last five years. My YouTube… Read the whole entry at Fre...

Agent Alert: Peter Rubie of FinePrint Literary Management

Literary agent alerts (this one with Peter Rubie of FinePrint Literary Management) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list. Peter Rubie Bio: Peter Rubie is ...

The Third “Where on Google Earth is Carmen Sandiego?” Game is Now Available

Back in March Google launched “Where on Google Earth is Carmen Sandiego?” for use in the web and mobile versions of Google Earth. Then in May a second Carmen Sandiego game was added to Google Earth…. Read the whole entry a...

Coming Soon! PowerPoint Will Coach You Through Presentation Rehearsals

Thanks to a Tweet from Mike Tholfsen this afternoon I learned about an exciting new feature that is coming soon to PowerPoint. That feature is called Presentation Coach. Presentation Coach is a… Read the whole entry at FreeTech4Teache...

An Update to Five Directions for AR in Education

Lately, I have been spending quite a bit of time digging into research and academic writing about the development and evolution of many of the educational technologies that are common in schools… Read the whole entry at FreeTech4Teach...

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Which blog name is better?

Hey guys! I’ve decided to take a leap and start a writing blog, but I want to make sure everything’s perfect and set in place before I begin. That being said, I’m currently undecided about the name I want for my blog. It w...

The Complicated Reality of a Minority Writer

They Called Me Wyatt author Natasha Tynes opens up about the complications that come with being a minority writer.  A writer of color is the label that currently defines my literary persona. Whether I like it or not, that’s who I am in ...

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Acquaintance with Aromas

jannert said: ↑ This might be something for @ChickenFreak . She’s an expert on scents/perfumes, etc. Click to expand… PERFUME! Ahem. For tons and tons of text that describes smells, you could read perfume blogs. Now Smell This...

Harlequin Series: Spotlight Market

For this week’s spotlight market, we look at Harlequin Series, which accepts submissions directly from potential authors (no agents required!) and provides detailed guidelines for what they’re looking for in each specific series. Harleq...

Getting the History Right in Historical Fiction Using Declassified Records

My book Lions of the Desert: A True Story of WWII Heroes in North Africa recounts the legendary tale of Operation Condor and the 1941-1942 Desert War between General Erwin Rommel’s seemingly invincible Afrika Korps and the British Eighth ...

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