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Rachel Corkern
Author. Garden-enthusiast. Mom of two. Overly-caffeinated.
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Rachel Corkern May 16
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Rachel Corkern May 8
Replying to @ErinSpaulding10
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James Corkern May 6
Don't "generate content." Write books, stories, poems, songs, blogs, whatever, but don't let your art become something to fill space between ads.
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Rachel Corkern May 6
Replying to @agletterman
Our chinchilla, Dill
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Rachel Corkern May 4
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James Corkern May 3
, if you haven't read 's "Black City" series, you should. Reading Black City Dragon right now and it is great, really refreshing fantasy premise that manages not to be another Tolkien clone.
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Rachel Corkern Apr 30
Replying to @KipTammie
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Rachel Corkern Apr 30
As comes to a close, it's last call to download my book for free!
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Rachel Corkern Apr 30
Replying to @Editor_Amanda
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Rachel Corkern Apr 30
Replying to @rthonginh
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James Corkern Apr 29
, free ebook today and tomorrow. Let's wrap up strong! Even if you don't plan on reading it immediately, save yourself a few bucks and pick it up now while it is free! about a little-known chapter in Mexican history
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James Corkern Apr 28
, to finish off my novel BLESSED ARE THE DEAD is *free* Mon. April 29 and Tues. April 30 in ebook format. Come on, free books! What's not to love?
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Rachel Corkern Apr 29
Replying to @KatyAuthor
My book is free to download today and tomorrow in celebration of !
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Rachel Corkern Apr 29
To celebrate the end of , I've made my book free to download today and tomorrow! So, please, download the book, give it a read, and leave a review!
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James Corkern Apr 27
It says MG, but if you like books like NARNIA you should pick up NATHANIEL HOPTHORNE, by the lovely It's a little book with a lot of heart, and it is hilarious.
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Dacia M Arnold Apr 23
In the tradition of modernist and global literature, "Blessed are the Dead" by forgoes the use of quotation marks in order to capture the apocalyptic atmosphere of war-torn 1920s Mexico.
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Rachel Corkern Apr 24
Replying to @AmeliaHendrey
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Rachel Corkern Apr 22
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Rachel Corkern Apr 22
Replying to @julicaveny
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Rachel Corkern Apr 22
Replying to @GirlThatWrites1
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