Write That Important Moment

They Pass Without Us Noticing

By Annette Rey

Agatha Christie said, “One doesn’t recognize the really important moments in one’s life until it’s too late.”

Do yourself and your writing life a favor, sit down right now and write down that important moment in your life – the one that really happened or the one you wish would.

 

 

 

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Reblog Help for Writers #2

Kate Steinemann

By Annette Rey 

A couple of weeks ago I posted a link for this site. The subject was necks. This week it is something else.

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Parallelism in Grammar

Add Clarity to Your Writing

By Annette Rey

Parallelism is easy to explain and to apply.

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Great Research Site for Writers

Historical Info

By Annette Rey

Is crime your genre? Are you writing about Britain of old? You need terminology of the age. You need information on court proceedings, actual criminal names to search, and the changes in policing practices.

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Word of the Week 6/16/18

bas bleu

By Annette Rey

I receive a catalog called Bas Bleu and was curious as to what it means (I don’t speak French). What I discovered is appropriate for a website about writing.

It means:

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Spiders, Crawlers, and Bots, Oh My!

Write These Into Your Work

By Annette Rey

We live in an exciting day – so much fodder out there to add to our writing pieces. We are only limited by our imaginations.

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