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Happy New Year from Real Eyes

Happy New Year! I had a happy reminder as I closed Real Eyes’ book for 2016 (pun intended). Our success is your success. We succeed because clients, like you, lean into the rewarding journey of completing their dreams–whether that be a doctoral dissertation, an autobiography, a business website or professional growth materials. Our success is your success. […]

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Just do it

The overwhelming things I have wanted to do in my life, the things that seemed most impossible in feasibility and practicality, typically have been the most rewarding. I thought I wanted to dance professionally at one point in my life, but to explore it as a real possibility, I had to move to the East […]

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The what and how of writing

I am fully convinced that the “what” and the “how” are both equally as difficult and important in writing. When a writer is deciding what they want to write, they have to consider their expertise, their passion, the potential for sales and readership, whether or not a publishing house will pick it up… Once that […]

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A Little Help With Bibliographies

I cannot be the only one who feels like MLA, APA and Chicago Style guides are all necessary evils, like competing cell phone companies or grocery store chains. I realize that to have one alone would create a writing manual monopoly, inevitably doing a disservice to fiction on one hand, or scholarly journals on the […]

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