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  1. Yes, I downloaded the pdf, but, like you, I haven't looked at it yet. The first part is somewhat simplified. He has the writing and marketing boiled down into three steps with several substeps. I do think it was worth listening to the first hour (past those 14 minutes).
  2. This is number two, but I am thankful to have two bottles now for two bum lambs. It's much easier if they each have their own at the same time. Otherwise, one of them runs around and tries to steal.
  3. The first hour is probably worth it, although he spends the first 14 minutes touting himself. After the first hour, he goes into his program, which he has created to "do it all" for you, for only $1721.00.
  4. First of all, you write well. And I'm not saying that to make you feel good. You really do, or I wouldn't write this. Second, I agree with Lynn and Shamrock. Yes, trying to talk to a counselor is scary, but print off what you wrote here. Then give that to her to read. Perhaps add what you had edited out of this post. Finding a good counselor can be a challenge. You could start with your school counselor or perhaps get a recommendation from your pastor. Praying that you will be able to seek the help you need.
  5. I'm currently doing editing for a couple of folks. One sends me 40 pages at a time; the other, a chapter (49 pages, 63 pages). I have not tried a complete book, but I have discovered that I need to edit in pieces and go through the writing more than once. It's very easy to miss the little things.
  6. Ah! The first time I read this, I put a comma after "word." Then I looked at the PWA. "Without" is one word. Think about it. What would it mean as two words? Makes no sense. Comma after "word." "Without a word" is an explanatory phrase describing how he had taken it or how he had to take it. The last part crossed my eyes as "he had to take it." That's the bad thing about our brains--we fill in what is missing. And the context will tell you if it should be "he had to take it" or "he had taken it." Yes, a person as editor is better than a program. Yes, pe
  7. Praying for you, your doctor, and wisdom.
  8. I couldn't get in, so I sent a message. This is what came back. (Of course, by the time I opened it, the webinar was over. But ... I'm sorry to hear that! The webinar is about halfway finished now, but if you'd like to join now I would recommend trying to register again. It should take you to a new link to join a webinar already in session. https://prowritingaid.com/en/Webinar/Register/1000077 If you'd prefer to wait, we store our recorded webinars on our YouTube channel. Today's webinar will likely be added over the next few days. Here's the link: ProWritingAidTV I hope t
  9. One of my favorite stories is Jonah. At the beginning of chapter 4, he yells (I know, it says he prayed, but when you read what he prayed, he yelled!), “O Lord! Is not this what I said while I was still in my own country? That is why I fled to Tarshish at the beginning; for I knew that you are a gracious God and merciful, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love, and ready to relent from punishing. 3And now, O Lord, please take my life from me, for it is better for me to die than to live.” At least, that's the way I hear it. Can you imagine yelling, "for I knew th
  10. Alley, I am currently writing on my second MacBook. (I tripped and dropped the first one on its end, which did not do it any good. It still works, but the wireless internet does not.) I like my MacBook, but it has a steep learning curve. I don't know about Chromebooks, but I imagine they work more like Windows PCs. With all the other challenges your life holds, my recommendation would be, as PenName suggested, a good mid-range PC laptop. Do some research as to what brand would be best and most cost effective. Macs are good, but they are expensive. You don't need a Cadil
  11. Thankful for opportunities for healing.
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