Tag Archives: get published

What Traits Do You Share with Your Leaders and Followers?

As John C. Maxwell says, “we all have a sphere of influence” and I believe leaders influence their followers and visa versa. In any case, there are traits both in the natural and spiritual realms that attach to both the … Continue reading

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Sticky Situations That Became Defining Moments

I was sharing with a friend recently about the call of God on my life and the purpose of my business/ministry. Some people call it their life plan, vision or destiny. I’ve known since I was 11 years old playing … Continue reading

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Avoiding All the Hoopla

This word came up in a conversation this week…hoopla. The person’s response to my question was, “No, not any more. I am done with all the hoopla.” I totally get it as I’ve seen “all the hoopla” too.

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Control the Flow

Much like controlling the flow of water, it’s necessary to control the flow of what you give away on your website.

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How can I help you reach your goals?

If you have, or think you have, a message to share, WELCOME! If you will, please take a minute to visit my websites at KarenPower.com and Christian Speakers Services.

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Writer’s Tips | Dashes | Kathy Ide

Two types of dashes are often used in book manuscripts: em dash: — en dash: – THE EM DASH According to The Chicago Manual of Style and The Christian Writer’s Manual of Style, an em dash should be used to denote … Continue reading

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Writer’s Tips | Proofreading: How Important Is it … Really? | Kathy Ide

“And what do you do for a living, Mrs. Ide?” The physician’s assistant poised his fingers over the keyboard, ready to type my answer in the New Patient form. “I’m an author and editor.” His bored expression transformed into one … Continue reading

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Writer’s Tips | Proofreading Secrets of Best-Selling Authors | Kathy Ide

Learn how best-selling authors proofread their manuscripts to avoid typos, inconsistencies, inaccuracies, and errors in punctuation, usage, grammar, and spelling. Proofreading Secrets of Best-Selling Authors, by professional freelance author, editor, and proofreader Kathy Ide, is the essential go-to tool for … Continue reading

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Writer’s Tips | Dangling Modifiers | Kathy Ide

When you begin a sentence with a modifying word or phrase, the subject of the sentence is what must be modified by that word or phrase. A “dangling modifier” is a phrase that does not clearly and sensibly modify the … Continue reading

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Writer’s Tips | Gender-Neutral Pronouns | Kathy Ide

In an effort to avoid gender bias (using he to refer to both sexes) and the annoying repetition of him/her, he or she, and the like, some people use they as a singular pronoun when referring to someone whose gender … Continue reading

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