Word of the Week 8/11/2018

Words That Begin with “X”

By Annette Rey

What do all the words that begin with the letter x have in common?

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Book Review – The Elements of Eloquence

Secrets of the Perfect Turn of Phrase

By Annette Rey

While on a summer hiatus I read a few books. One of those is The Elements of Eloquence, Secrets of the Perfect Turn of Phrase, by Mark Forsyth.

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Word of the Week 7/14/2018

Theremin

By Annette Rey

What does a musical instrument, the Big Bang Theory, and a murder mystery TV show have in common ?

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Writer’s Quotes

Good Advice

By Annette Rey

Writer’s food for thought…

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Memories, Fact vs. Emotion

Writing What You Know

By Annette Rey

Your private memories reveal a different kind of truth separate from actual facts. The wallpaper you contemplated as you fell asleep as a child, counting the flowers or countryside images, took on a different reality than what the manufacturers intended.

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You Can’t Get Anywhere Without a Plan

Break That Block!

By Annette Rey

Writers’ block bothering you? Stop the excuses. Stop the helter-skelter approach you may have to your writing.

It is key to HAVE A PLAN.

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