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1. A review of "Skywalker - Close Encounters on the Appalachian Trail"
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I've read a couple of dozen or more books about the Appalachian Trail (also known as the AT), and this is easily the most enjoyable - and the only one I've read more than once. Skywalker--Close Encounters on the Appalachian Trail is a true story of one man's hike of the entire Appalachian Trail....
Sports & Recreation - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 08:01:18
2. How to hike from Newfound Gap to Charlie's Bunion
How to hike from Newfound Gap to Charlie's Bunion
The hike from Newfound Gap to Charlie's Bunion is a beautiful one, with spectacular views at both ends and several great views along the way. I highly recommend this hike and here are some tips for getting the most out of it. Newfound Gap and Charlie's Bunion are both on the world-famous Appalac...
Sports & Recreation - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 08:03:47
3. How to choose an effective topic to write about on squidoo
How to choose an effective topic to write about on squidoo
Many people wonder "What can I write about for my next squidoo lens?" Well, there are uncountable trillions of potential topics; you just have to know how to develop them. This lens will show you how. This is a free sample from my book "Writing for publication: A step- by-step guide to making mo...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 08:01:39
4. How to start and run your own computer repair business
How to start and run your own computer repair business
This lens is for anyone who would like to start and run a local computer repair business. Want to be in business for yourself? A computer repair service may be perfect for you. I started my business from scratch and built it up to a viable, full-time enterprise, and I will show you how to do the ...
Business & Work - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 07:56:11
5. Richard Nixon library and museum
Some call him a peacemaker. Others call him, well, less-flattering names. Whatever your opinion of Richard Nixon, our 37th president, there's no doubt about his critical place in mid-to-late 20th Century U.S. history . Many will disagree, but I consider Richard Nixon to be (with the possible exc...
travel-and-places - Wed, 21 Aug 2013 13:07:03
6. 141 Expert Tips for Teachers (Or Would-Be Teachers)
The material in this lens is excerpted from my book 141 Expert Tips for Teachers (or Would-be Teachers). My book isn't intended to be a comprehensive "here's how to teach" manual. Indeed, effective teaching is more caught than taught. Instead, it's a collection of tips I've picked up in more tha...
How-To & Education - Wed, 27 Mar 2013 01:07:57
7. How to write a first draft
Anyone who's done any writing knows that getting started is often the hardest part. By "getting started" I don't necessarily mean doing the research or typing your notes; I mean taking the information you've gathered and forming it into a story, article or lens. In other words, writing your firs...
books-poetry-writing - Thu, 21 Feb 2013 01:52:54
8. How to self-edit your writing for Squidoo - or anywhere else
One of my favorite adages about writing is "every writer needs an editor." No matter how carefully you write, there's no substitute for someone else looking at your work. Most of us who write for Squidoo, however, don't have the luxury of an editor. So, before we post our work we should self-edi...
books-poetry-writing - Thu, 21 Feb 2013 01:52:21
9. Writing with a purpose
One mistake writers sometimes make is to lose track of their purpose for writing. This lens will help you to get, and stay, on topic. I'll introduce you to some topics that may be new to you, but don't give up. If you follow these tips you'll become a better writer and more people will read your...
books-poetry-writing - Thu, 21 Feb 2013 01:51:59
10. How to interview sources for your squidoo lenses, or any other writing project
The thought of going out to talk to people makes many writers shake like a leaf in a windstorm. But never fear - this lens will show you how to interview sources for whatever you're writing, easily and profitably.
books-poetry-writing - Thu, 21 Feb 2013 01:51:34

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