Author Archives: Monica La Porta

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Gluten Free Jam Crostata

In the last few months, I had to renounce gluten, dairy, and soy. Stomach aches and other nuisances had reached the level I couldn’t eat a meal without regretting it soon after. Said so, I have redoubled my efforts in … Continue reading

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Coming Soon, Worldwide!

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Pretty Words – One Way Trip #5

Past articles in the series: 1. A Practical Guide to Formatting for Online Publishing 2. The Importance of Formatting 3. A Good Start is Key 4. Retouching Existing Documents Whether you started writing your novel using the template or by … Continue reading

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Permafree: The Voyage, Week 5

 The Priest is still gathering a handful of downloads every day, enough to pop in and out of the free bestseller chart on a daily basis. 84 Downloads in April so far in the USA Amazon.com Best Sellers Rank: #7,434 … Continue reading

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Pretty Words – Retouching Existing Documents #4

Past articles in the series: 1. Pretty Words – A Practical Guide to Formatting for Online Publishing 2. Pretty Words – The Importance of Formatting 3. Pretty Words – A Good Start is Key Last week we talked about how … Continue reading

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Permafree: The Voyage, Week 4

I can’t believe a month has already passed by since Amazon matched The Priest’s price to free. The month of April has been sleepy in the downloads department, 36 so far, but even one or two of them at day … Continue reading

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Pretty Words – A Good Start is Key #3

This week we’ll get deeper into the workflow of formatting your novel. I will use Word 2013 as my word processor, even though the recommendations and steps will largely apply to any recent version of Word or comparable programs. Additionally, … Continue reading

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