Author Archives: Camille

About Camille

Camille

Information Technology veteran, Camille Frantz, has worked in enterprise programming, database and systems administration, telecommunications administration and support and is currently a website administrator and editor at Free-eBooks.net. In her spare time, she’s an avid reader, amateur photographer and writer who enjoys sharing her experiences and views with others.

You might be a reader if

You might be a reader if

A few weeks back, we did a series of meme images for writers. Today I am going to regale you with a few for readers…

I think … no, I know that readers tend to have a more forgiving sense of humour than just about anybody else; at least in my experience. When I ponder how I can get about books and reading, I have to giggle to myself. I can get pretty crazy. Right now, I am looking around my workspace and seeing books lying around everywhere. They’re on the bookshelf, sure. But they’re also on my

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Intimate Partner Violence and the story of Anna Lynn Hurd

Intimate Partner Violence and the story of Anna Lynn Hurd

I think it’s safe to assume that each and every one of us has been touched by Domestic Violence in one form or another, whether we realise it or not. Even if the experience happens to be “the sister’s boyfriend’s best-friend’s wife’s sister”. At some point, you come face to face with it. As a child, I remember being shielded from people my parents knew who were involved with it, as a teenager, I saw it among my friends, and as an adult I experienced it myself. I may be unfortunate in the frequency with which I came

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Read it back to me, please

Read it back to me, please

I am perpetually in editor-mode. This is one of my flaws; one that holds me back considerably when I am writing. And the reason is that I spend far more time re-reading what I have written rather than just blurting all my thoughts down on paper (screen?) as they come to me. All the experts say just dump it all out at once; you can always go back and re-read it again later on. That’s all well and good, but when you are like me, you’re constantly re-reading your last sentence back to yourself. What that means is

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