Science in the Kitchen Resources

Science in the Kitchen Helps and Hints What Are Those Chemicals? sodium bicarbonate – baking soda H4Al2Si2O9 – cement acetic acid (HC2H3O2) – vinegar NH4OH – ammonia H2O2 – hydrogen peroxide sodium chloride – salt citric acid – lemon juice sodium hydroxide – lye carbon dioxide – soda pop magnesium hydroxide – milk of magnesium

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Formatting e-Books for Writers

2018 Update It’s possible to prepare and format your manuscript without knowing the programming code used in e-books. All you need is Word and step-by-step instructions. Practical Guide: Formatting e-Books for Writers gives you those step-by-step instructions in non-technical language. Download a Sample Chapter. Available at Amazon Kindle – $2.99 Print – $7.99 Receive a free Kindle version

Digital Rights Management

(Disclaimer: I’m not a lawyer. While I try to check legal matters with attorneys and legal websites, I’m not offering legal advice. If you have further legal questions contact a literary attorney.) Sharing When I was a novice writer I was unduly concerned about my work being “stolen.” It was silly for me to think

If I’d only known

Like most Americans, I’m saddened by the tragedy in Arizona this past weekend. I’m praying for families who have lost a loved one, and for those who are injured and healing. Also, I’m specifically praying for the parents of the shooter, Jared Loughner. My husband and I heard the news about the shooting later than

Blue Christmas

The World Health Organization reports indicates that depression can be brought on by the change of season. It has been postulated that decrease sunlight may be one cause for seasonal depression, sometimes called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). These seasonal patterns are also present in those with bi-polar disorder. More manic episodes occur in the summer

Ahhh … The Holidays

It’s that time of year again. You know . . . visions of sugar plums and all that. Days filled with family gatherings, warm fires, singing of carols, and bah humbug. Don’t get me wrong. I do enjoy the holidays. Even more now that the pressure of Sunday School plays and my mother’s critique of