Hello SErs! Harmony here 🙂 A couple of books I've read lately have reminded me of how some common words are actually wicked words that like to trip us up at every chance. Because they are such common words, we think we know them and what they're all about, but in fact, we've picked up … Continue reading Wicked Words
Happy Monday, SE Readers. Joan here today. This post is directed more toward beginning writers, although many of us can relate to the subject matter. If you read Craig’s post last week, he shared a bit about how he came to be a writer later in life. Like him, I waited a long time to … Continue reading What’s Stopping You?
Hello SErs! Another Friday, another post where the six of us share links to articles we found useful this week. In addition to these links, don't forget to check out What Would You Do? by Mae Clair and Eight Steps to Establishing Your Author Brand by Staci Troilo. And now, without further ado, the best we found … Continue reading Curated Content for Writers-July 14th
One of our recent Curated Contest blogs included a link to a post about giveaways and scams. If you missed the link, you can find the post here. In a nutshell it comes down to this: Jo Author writes a book and offers free copies through a giveaway on Goodreads. Bo Scam Artist enters giveaway … Continue reading What Would You Do?
Hello SErs! It's Harmony again with part 2 on Commas and how to use them. If you missed Part 1, you can find it HERE. Last time, we looked at Listing (Standard or Oxford), Introductory, and Joining commas. Today, we cover the Gapping, Bracketing, and other comma uses. The Gapping Comma We use a gapping comma … Continue reading Commas and how to use them (Part 2)