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r l i II h!i 18 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16 - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2014 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette DIAMOND STATE EMPIRE COLLECTS FOOD FOR HALO STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS DIAMOND STATE Empire Entertainment collected food at its Hip Hop for the Homeless event at the Mid-Atlantic Inn in MillSboro Nov. 19. Below, Anthony Mumford "DJ Doobie" keeps the music moving during the Hip Hop for the Homeless event. Above, Donte Goodman, left, Diamond State Empire Entetainment owner, accepts a bag of nonperishable food from Soonie Savage. Delmarva author publishes new work on creative writing Judith Reveal of Greensboro, Md., is a published author, book indexer and book reviewer. Her newest work, "The Four Elements of Fiction: Character, Setting, Situation, and Theme," appeared on Amazon Nov. 1 as both a trade paperback and an eBook. This book is designed to provide writers with a basic understanding of how to write a fiction story that will engage the reader and keep him or her turn- ing the page. Reveal has been a freelance editor for 10 years, providing copyediting services for authors of fiction, nonfiction, and essays. Many of her clients have gone on to publish their works both traditionally and through self- publishing. "I have found that many of the beginning writers have good stories that hold water, but don't have the background in writing fiction to understand the ele- ments and techniques that will keep the reader interested," said Reveal. Upon completion and in order to ensure her book would prove enlightening and provide some direction for these writers, Re- veal solicited help from authors and editors and teachers at many levels and in many genres to read her work and provide feedback. "It's because of these talented readers that the book is a better product," she said. "The Brownstone," her recent historical fiction, placed as a quarter-finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest of 2013. She also writes the Lindsey Gale Mystery Series set on the Delmarva Peninsula. She is cur- rently completing the fourth in the series. Her nonfiction picto- rial book, ' round Greensboro," is published by Arcadia Publish- www.nyjoumalofbooks.com. ing. She has won awards for two Reveal is a member in good of her short stories, and many of standing and past president of her stories have been published Eastern Shore Writers Asso- in local, regional, and national ciation as well as past president magazines, of the Maryland Writers Asso- Reveal has written indexes for ciation. She has taught a creative over 50 books. As a member of writing course at Chesapeake the American Society for Index- College and at several arts or- ing, she served the organization ganizations throughout the for five years as the editor of its Delmarva Peninsula. She has quarterly journal Keywords. She presented workshops at Bay To has also written book reviews for Ocean Writers Conference, Har- the New York Journal of Books, ford County Writers Conference, and her reviews can be found at and at numerous libraries. WIN How would you spend it? tickets to fly 645 gallons 1 =unces of gas =q=lt of gold smart phones 816 CUpS of coffee I handbag Enter to Win at: Survey Code: www.pulsepoll.com ZlO Pulse Research AAUW to meet Dec, 18 in Rehoboth The American Association of University Women will meet from U a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 18, at Kings Creek Country Club in Rehoboth. The speaker will be Judge Brook Hedge, who will discuss the importance mentoring has had in her career. Upon graduating from law school, Hedge clerked for Judge June L. Green, who was the fifth female appointed to the federal bench. After her clerkship, she ioined the U.S. Department of Justice as a trial attorney representing the United States as both plaintiff and defendant. In 1992, Hedge was appointed as an associate judge of the Su- perior Court of the District of Columbia by President George H. W. Bush. AAUW members should bring an item or items to share for the Silent Auction. For more infor- mation on AAUW membership, contact Brenda at 302-684-8716. Sometimes you just need a break. If you're a caregiver, it's important to take care of yourself. We bring a different level of care and companionship to your loved one along with personal care, light housekeeping, cooking and much more. When you need a break, we'll step in 24/7 to keep life moving smoothly. Call us and breathe easy. SENIOi S Helping SENIOI S ...a way to and to receive r" Call us for a free consultation i~ [ you are looking for support. I_ .... _1 For the help you want at a price you.can afford (302) 858-7330 www.seniorshelpingseniors.com @2011 Seniors Helping Seniors. Each office is independently owned and operated. All trademarks are registered trademarks of Corporate Mutual Resources Inc, Not all services are available in all areas.