Tag Archives: Avoid Writer’s Hell

Subjunctive—Was and Were Have PMS!

(If you do not have a sense of humor, proceed with caution) Whenever I try to explain the differences between this grammar rule and that one, authors and clients will say something like, ‘Will you please speak in English?’ so … Continue reading

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Ignite Imagination

Sometimes I write blogs that speak to writers in other ways. No grammar, no sentence structure or developing plots, but what it means to be a writer. What it means to be purveyors of the written word. As writers, we … Continue reading

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Attitude—Either It Will Make You or It Will Break You

**Disclaimer: If you’re easily offended by irreverent humor or blunt ways of speaking, proceed with caution.** A writer’s frame of mind has much bearing on the degree of success he or she has. I’m not speaking of divas with lots … Continue reading

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