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New web address

This is the new website address for the http://www.PathtoPublication.net  from Yola.com:

https://pathtopublication.yolasite.com/

Radio Show 3/25/19

Promo March 18

Saguaro Books Radio Hour

Monday at 11 AM Pacific

March 25th 2019:Interview guests

Interview more Saguaro Books authors: Damon Piletz Kristin Sexton Charlene Vermeulen 1. Tell us about your book 2. What experiences in your life led to your choice of subject for this book? 3. When did you begin to write? 4. Why did you write this particular book? 5. What else are you working on? 6. What has been your greatest inner struggle to overcome with relation to your writing career? 7. What words would you like to leave the world when you are gone? 8. Where can we learn more about you and your books? 9. Where can we buy your book?

Seeking manuscripts

We are seeking manuscripts (books) on:

  • environmental sustainability;
  • healthy school environments, including projects that reduce food waste in cafeterias;
  • environmentally-friendly agriculture practices;
  • reducing human contributions to ocean litter;
  • school gardens;
  • recycling.

Submit unpublished manuscripts to: bookdivision@pathtopublication.net

 

Photo Captions-an important vehicle for information dissemination

Photo captions are the most read body type in a publication. Of all the information content, only the titles of articles and abstracts have higher readership than captions. It follows that standards of accuracy, clarity, completeness and good writing are as high for captions as for other parts of the paper. As with headlines, captions must be crisp; as with articles, they must be readable and informative.
Figure Captions: Captions describe the photo or graph. Descriptions or discussion of the content of the Figure should be handled in the text of the article.

Cover Photo Featured on Culturebook

Cover Photo Featured on Culturebook.

Miami Dade Library To Close Nearly Half its Branches

Miami Dade Library To Close Nearly Half its Branches.

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