Friday, March 4, 2016

Alzheimers/Amazon/Denmark/Jerry B. Jenkins/Weak Words

1. Jeanette Levellie, at Hope Splashes, talks about ways to avoid Alzheimer's and Dementia. It's no surprise that reading can provide some much-needed mental exercise.

2. There's been a lot of panic about Amazon's new rules for ebooks. John Dopp has clarified the rules, and it's not all that scary. Your book will not be pulled off the market or get a warning for an occasional typo that slips through. Get the real scoop.

3. A lot of people are touting Socialism as the way to go. Denmark is a prime example of a Socialist country. One of their citizens gives us the real story on what it's like to live under that system.

4.  Positive Writer interviewed Jerry B. Jenkins recently. He talks about his writing journey and how he still deals with insecurities.

5.  The Blogging Bistro talks about 11 Weak Words That Dilute Your Blog Posts' Impact.

Writers:  What are some weak words that trip you up?

Readers:  Do you agree that reading is good mental exercise? Please explain.

Photo Credit: John Pilge

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