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Steven R. Drennon was born in Lawton, OK, where he first started writing at the age of 15. He published an epic fantasy novel titled "Rise of the Raven" in the spring of 2011, and another fantasy novel titled "Three for Avadar" was released in the summer of 2011. Since then, Steven has published a total of 37 other titles under different pen names, and he is currently working on a new historical fiction series that will be published under his own name.


Oct
17
reviewed Leave Closed Finding an Textfile Ezine to Write For
Oct
16
reviewed Reviewed “I have/am” what are other short ways to not repeat this in a cover letter?
Oct
16
reviewed Reviewed When citing information from a source do I need multiple citations for multiple ideas or sentences
Oct
16
reviewed Leave Open Problems with character development?
Oct
12
reviewed Reviewed How long is a single-title romance novel supposed to be?
Oct
12
reviewed Reviewed How to combine a visual and textual outline
Oct
12
reviewed Reviewed ISBN - is it possible to have one and a title before publishing?
Oct
11
reviewed Reviewed Is it overkill to follow style-guides for technical writing?
Oct
11
reviewed Reviewed Does a technical writer need a technical background?
Oct
11
reviewed Reviewed How can I deal with an overload of writing projects?
Oct
9
reviewed Reviewed Should one use the legal “shall” in requirements documents and specification documents?
Oct
9
reviewed Reviewed Deciding the setting: real or invented?
Oct
9
reviewed Reviewed How much $ to calculate for an Editor
Oct
9
reviewed Reviewed As a freelance writer, should I charge more for inconvenient time worked?
Oct
9
reviewed Reviewed Writing subjectively or objectively? (IELTS writing)
Oct
6
reviewed Reviewed Is it okay to call the reader's target audience stupid?
Oct
6
reviewed Reviewed Converting the MIT License into a limerick
Oct
6
reviewed Reviewed Is it okay to call the reader's target audience stupid?
Oct
6
reviewed Reviewed Is it okay to call the reader's target audience stupid?
Oct
6
reviewed Reviewed Is it okay to call the reader's target audience stupid?