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This is excellent information, and it further demonstrates your genuine motives for writing and sharing your messages...it's not about money or a writing credit, it's about helping others. I've sensed that from many things you have written. You are an amazing person. Thank you!

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Oct 27, 2022Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Excellent points! Thanks for continually sharing such a broad range of information. Reading how you've learned of it from personal experience strengthens the message.

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Oct 27, 2022Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Thanks for this!

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Oct 27, 2022Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Thank you, how very generous of you to share it at large Dr. Yoho.

I don't think I have a book in me (maybe just private memoirs) but, I appreciate

and enjoyed reading your post.

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Oct 27, 2022Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Excellent tips! Thank you. I saw only one typo :-) "These have their own “URL” web locations, so you can used them as referenced links."

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Reference right? Thanks. I'll correct it in the book being published. If you are willing to review it use this link to get one: https://dl.bookfunnel.com/t2feeen29q

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Oct 28, 2022Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

I'll also review Butchered by Healthcare (on Amazon) when I'm finished.

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Open this up and have a look.

Cassandra's Memo: COVID and the Global Psychopaths. https://dl.bookfunnel.com/t2feeen29q

Here is a podcast about it.

https://robertyoho.substack.com/p/165-i-hope-you-are-convinced-that#details

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use, not used :-)

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Jeez can't see my own prose. Thanks.

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And that's exactly why every writer needs a proofreader :-)

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And editors

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geez. I was thinking YOU had it right as referenced(adverb?) but missed "used" also!

Our brains must skip over things . . . we really DO need to say things out loud just like your tome above suggests!

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Top shelf reference. Add this to the list of tools: https://hemingwayapp.com/

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Oct 27, 2022Liked by Robert Yoho MD (ret)

Many thanks for this helpful information.

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Question for readers: Do you find it easier to read white text on black background? (I don't.)

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Wait until you are 69 like me ha

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Almost there!

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I agree. It’s harder for me to read white text on black.

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I'm 72(almost) and it is easier for me being dark.

I will bet a buck, most readers here are over 60, maybe over 65.

Luzzie must be a young pup!

The Doc should take a poll!

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One other hint: Don't use white text on a black background. It's difficult and tiring to read.

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Excellent primer in just a few pages Dr Yoho!

I have to laugh though. I was thinking, a LOT of this sounds familiar.

At the end you explain why. . .

you recommend Stephen King's book! Yes, I have read it. He IS a great writer and his book is well worth the reading as you point out. I found one other book years ago, not likely in print any longer, which is good to teach this and build passion for writing:

"If you want to write" by Brenda Ueland(born in 1891)

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