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The Mystery Behind Artifact Theft

Ancient American artifacts are being sold to the highest bidder. When an ancient ruin is discovered, it doesn’t take long for thieves to find out about it. Archaeological thievery is becoming more and more of a problem every year but Utah’s vandalism is the worst in the country. Theft at the Four Corners area of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona is still a big problem. The damage to these sites is estimated at almost $42,000 in two year’s time. An ancient funeral pit can be sold for as… Continue

Posted on February 17, 2011 at 2:51pm

Disaster, Hope, and Charity: The Santa Clara/Virgin River Flood

A thunderous crash could be heard in the distance as a home collapsed and crumbled into the rushing waters below. Several people were standing at the edge of a hilltop in Santa Clara, Utah, watching their valley being destroyed before their very eyes. The torrent had eaten away the dirt of the riverbank and the foundation of the house. With no support, the home fell into the rapidly flowing river and was swept away downstream.



The Santa Clara/Virgin River flood in St. George, Utah, in… Continue

Posted on July 1, 2010 at 3:00pm

The Mystery of the Anasazi

The mystery of the Anasazi Indians boggles the minds of many archaeologists. Who were they? What were their beliefs? How did they live? Indian art painted or engraved in rock gives us an idea who the Anasazi were, their beliefs and lifestyle. Carved into the desert varnish, the Indians left behind their heritage, their legacy.



Many people wonder why the Anasazi Indians disappeared, leaving behind their belongings and valuables. Where did they go and why? No one has the answer. There is… Continue

Posted on April 11, 2010 at 10:00am

Does Your Fictional Character Come To Life?

There are many things that bring a character to life. One is an adequate description of the person and another is emotion. Let’s begin with the description of characters. We need to see the character with our mind’s eye, if possible. For example, Melinda’s description of her father gives you a feel, not only of his physical appearance, but also of his deeper inner self. Read the description of her father and see if you can feel his presence and what he is like deep down inside.



“Her… Continue

Posted on April 7, 2010 at 9:30pm

Research—an Intricate Part of Writing

Historical fiction helps us to understand the past. It educates and entertains us at the same time. History books give us the facts, but historical fiction helps us to understand history in a special way. Leon Garfield said, "The historian, if honest, gives us a photograph; the storyteller gives us a painting."



Research is an important part of writing historical fiction or nonfiction. Learn everything you can about the area your story takes place, the time period, non-fictional… Continue

Posted on April 1, 2010 at 6:51pm

The Importance of Promoting Your Book

After a book is published, an author’s responsibilities are just beginning. Many people think that an author can now relax after the book has been written and begin their next book, but it’s not so. An author must promote his or her book by doing four things that will enhance the book’s success.



First, create an attractive website. People want to know who the author is and what other books have been written. Make sure that your site can be loaded easily. If it can’t be loaded within… Continue

Posted on March 25, 2010 at 8:00pm

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At 6:54am on June 18, 2010, Robin gave Linda Weaver Clarke a gift
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Thank you for the warm welcome! I look forward to learning more about this site and about you.
At 3:12pm on May 28, 2010, Laura Lyseight said…
Hi Linda,

Hope you are well.
At 9:19am on May 13, 2010, Laura Lyseight said…
Interesting book covers, hope to read them too.
 
 
 

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