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Aluminum Coverage - Onicia Update - November 2019

Aluminum Coverage is now live on YouTube! 
Like. Comment. Share. Remind your friends in the U.S. that open enrollment closes on December 15. Then include a link to my episode to remind that healthcare coverage in America is a joke and there's always a co-pay.
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I'm accepting stand-up comedy and storytelling bookings for 2020. Contact bookings[at]oniciamuller[dot]com or oniciamuller.com/bookings.

That's all I gotta say today. Got something I should see or someone I should collaborate with? Email me or shout at me on Twitter. Upcoming EventsThis One Woman (The Hopleaf)
Storytelling
November 25, 2019

Mother Cluckers Comedy (Anderon's Bookshop)
Stand-up comedy
January 9, 2020



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How do I Know if My Writing is Improving - Hey Onicia

Hey, Onicia!So, I have been using Hemingway app for editing for some time. It has helped me get a lot together. But I can’t help but to notice, when I put a published pieced from a well respected writer that it is all kinds of mark-ups. Which app do you use, if you use one at all?
I hear all the time to learn the rules then break them, but then I think there are so many rules to learn, lawd Jesus. I feel like I never will know all the rules, but I won’t give up.
Hey Oniciais a series where I tap into my type-A side and answer questions from my friends about this starving artist life. These posts might contain affiliate links; at no cost to you, I might earn a commission when you make a purchase. If you find this helpful, share with your twitter homies or thank me with ice cream. Want to pick my brain? Holla at me!

Hey, Iris! Yes, writing is an art. The rules are suggestions. So, learn the rules and then break them. Hemmingway helped me be concise. Especially when writing for children…