Author Archives: Andrea

About Andrea

Andrea Buginsky is a freelance writer with a BA in Mass Communication-Journalism from the University of South Florida. She has always wanted to be a published writer, and decided to try to write fantasy books for teens. The Chosen is her first book, and was released on December 14, 2010, to her delight. Andrea has written five more books since: Nature's Unbalance: The Chosen, Book 2 Striker's Apprentice: The Chosen, Book 3 Destiny: New Avalon, book 1, a YA fantasy Fate: New Avalon, book 2, a YA fantasy My Open Heart, an autobiography of growing up with heart disease. She is currently writing the fourth book in The Chosen series. Andrea lives in Kansas with her family, which includes her two precious puppies.

Guess the list is gone forever…

Well, it doesn’t look like Word Press is going to fix the problem of bringing my online content list back.  I haven’t heard anything about it, and it’s definitely not on the blog page.  So, the best I can do … Continue reading

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Article List Missing

OK, somehow when my Windows Live blog was integrated with WordPress, the list I had created and with the titles and links to all of my online articles disappeared.  I’m trying to find a “help” option where I can ask … Continue reading

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Hello world!

I just integrated my Windows Live blog with WordPress (if you have Windows Live, you might know all about this already.)  I’m trying to get back into posting to my web pages and blogs since I’m finally submitting my first … Continue reading

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I am participating in my first NaNoWriMo this month.  For those of you who don’t know what that is, it’s National Novel Writing Month.  It takes place in the full month of November.  You are supposed to write 50,000 words … Continue reading

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Invisible Illness Awareness Week

This is a survey from the Inivisible Illness Awareness Week online conference, which is taking place from Mon., 9/14 – Sun., 9/20.  You can read my article about it at 30 Things About My Invisible Illness You May Not Know … Continue reading

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Back to School

This school year, we have two people in our household going to school.  My husband just started his first semester of college, and my stepson decided to move in with us for his senior year of high school.  Suddenly, we … Continue reading

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My Book

I have just finished the preliminary work of a book I’ve had in mind to write for a while now.  I used a wonderful writing program called "Writer’s Dreamkit," given to me by my wonderful sister-in-law, and wrote an entire … Continue reading

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