Monthly Archive: January 2017

5 Characteristics of Good Brochures

Many people have the misperception that brochures are obsolete thanks to the continually advancing technology we have today. This is not the case. Brochures play a vital part of getting your story out there. The first three characteristics could be…
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Texana Thursday: Picturing the Texas Revolution

Lacking actual photographs and video taken at the time on scene, it can be difficult to envision what the battles at the Alamo and San Jacinto looked like. In more recent times, movies about the battles—most recently, The Alamo (Touchstone…
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What Chuck Norris Can Teach You about Good Writing

Chuck Norris is well-known for his action/adventure film roles, and the Chuck Norris Fact parodies that they inspired in recent years. (One favorite: “There once was a street called Chuck Norris, but the name was changed for public safety because…
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3 Quick Tips for Writing Books

Want to write a book? These three quick tips can help you get going. 1. Have a roadmap, but be ready for detours. Outlines mean different things to different people. They can be very detailed; for example, the novelist Ken Follett typically uses…
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