People ask me all the time where to publish their book. Chris sums it up pretty well in this article.
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Author, Editor, Lyle Ernst. Dream Taskmaster to the Literary-dreamers, and Champion to the “Indies’ ” successes
Everyone knows when Lyle enters the room because his boisterous laugh precedes him. Fight as hard as you can friend; We need to hear that laugh some more! ~Jill
When your best buddy puts on Facebook that he has Stage 4 lung cancer and won’t be on Facebook while “fighting the good fight,” a get well card just doesn’t cut it. Lyle and…
I’m so happy reading this I actually teared up. This is the greatest family. They are three of my favorite people and they are so blessed. I’m actually speechless.
I studied the aftermath of WWII and visited Dresden and many other cities during my studies. I’ve even toured the Stasi prison and I’m always struck by how recent these events happened in history. I was in middle school and high school at the time and I often wonder why I never heard anything about what was going on in Europe.
I’m very pleased to be able to publish this online interview with Paula Kirby – a writer who lived and worked in Dresden, East Germany during the 1980s. During her time in Dresden, Paula was monitored by the Stasi, and she recently gained access to her Stasi file. Paula is currently writing a novel set in 1980s East Germany and she also regularly tweets about the GDR – you can follow her on Twitter @PaulaSKirby (and we think that if you’re not already following her on Twitter, then you really should be!). Here, Paula reflects on her experiences of living and working in East Germany.
Hi Paula! Thanks very much for agreeing to share your experiences with us. Could you begin by telling us a little about the time you spent living and working in East Germany?
Of course – I was there for two years, from September 1985 to…
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