Monthly Archives: June 2014

Sister Mary Loretta’s English Class: Avoiding a Ruler to the Knuckles

You, the writer, the creator of worlds, the person who paints with words, probably aren’t interested in taking a little crash course on the subject of adverbs. I get it: the word adverb doesn’t sound like it was created by some lovely … Continue reading

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Use This Trick To Avoid Looking Addlepated

If there is one thing you don’t want to appear in life, it’s addlepated. And that’s why this week’s installment is about the proper way to use a thesaurus in order to choose the right words for your story. Is it better to use … Continue reading

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