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Overcoming Writer’s Doubt

This blog post represents my entry in the “Overcoming Writer’s Doubt” Writing Contest held by The Positive Writer. [Tweet “Read Elise Abram’s entry in the “Overcoming Writer’s Doubt” #Writing #Contest.”] “I wish I could write like that,” I said to my husband. … Continue reading

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I am proud to announce the publication of my first guest blog post on the WriteToDone.com website. Modelling expert text is something I learned about in teachers’ college and have used many times over the years, both as a tool … Continue reading

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If a tree falls in the forest…?

If a tree falls in the forest does it make a sound? Does anyone care that it’s fallen? More precisely, if I complete a manuscript, publish it, and no one reads it, can I still call myself a published author?  … Continue reading

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Press Release for PHASE SHIFT

Can you dig it? English teacher and former archaeologist Elise Abram is proud to announce the publication of her first novel, PHASE SHIFT, which follows the adventures of archaeologists Molly McBride and her husband, Dr. Palmer Richardson after they are … Continue reading

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