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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.


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reviewed No Action Needed How do I find a suitable copywriter?
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reviewed Reviewed New digital ways of presenting a novel in 2011?
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reviewed No Action Needed Do any ePublishing systems honor fixed poetry formatting?
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reviewed No Action Needed Is it frustrating not to know the narrator's gender?
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reviewed Reviewed When should a chapter end?
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reviewed No Action Needed Examples for books that don't use (traditional) chapters?
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reviewed No Action Needed Breaking Into Technical Writing - Where to Start (from a programming background)
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reviewed No Action Needed Using “Ends.” to indicate the end of a document
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reviewed Reviewed What are good reads about writing?
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reviewed No Action Needed How to write a polite reminder email?
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reviewed Reviewed Right usage of “P.S.” in Emails
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reviewed Reviewed How can I write poems in an attractable manner?
Dec
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reviewed Reviewed Works of literature that are (ostensibly) about the act of writing
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revised Works of literature that are (ostensibly) about the act of writing
added 5 characters in body
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reviewed Reject What makes writing emotional?
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answered How to publish public domain books?
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comment How can I catch more errors when I proofread?
lol - I wish I could take credit for being that clever, but it was an honest typo! :) Nice catch!
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awarded  Necromancer
Nov
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reviewed Approve Is the opening of this detective short story gripping enough to read on? Can it be shortened?
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reviewed Approve How to find an agent for a children's picture book?