Natalie Yoder, author of the One Minute Mysteries series, didn’t know as a little girl that adding a little mystery into her life would turn her into a published author before she was even out of middle school. Now…
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Yes, there'll be days like today when things just don't happen...When after hours of working on one single article, trashed it, couldn't write anymore because I was exhausted...That after getting ready to work on my blog -- I wasn't able to get into…See More