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English Rules!

I had a brilliant Christmas Day with my family! I spent the day at my ex-wife’s with our children and stuffed myself silly with ham and turkey. Yes, I do have a happy divorce from my ex-wife which is why we are like brother and sister today πŸ˜‰ One of my son’s presents was “i

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Getting the Ideas to Start Rolling

Plenty of ideas floating around in the air, how in the world are we expected to reach up and grab any? It’s not really that difficult. But, you have to be focused. You have to be in tune. But, be in tune with what? There is a conscience that seems to subtly drift from thought

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Defeating Prevarication and Stating a Position Improves Your Credibility

You are a writer. OR In my opinion, as you use the written word, then perhaps you should be considered eligible for the title “writer”. Which statement makes you feel like you really are a writer? Me, telling you that you are a writer or me, waffling about an opinion I have, that maybe, possibly

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MLA Versus APA Style

Writing professionally, you run into things you may not have seen in awhile. The world is getting so informal and unprofessional that some of the old things go flying out the window. It takes a minute to catch up on concepts you learned years ago and get ready to apply them today. The difference between

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At The Bar of Writing Opinion

Writing is a skill you need to practice and experience; writing takes time and effort notwithstanding around in bars!   Before I get told off about a silly mistake with notwithstanding, that was deliberate.. honest πŸ˜‰   You can read all you want about creating killer sales copy, erudite academic tracts, essays that garner top

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Good Words (Must be Used)

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Bad Words (Not to be Used)

Do not use certain words if you can help it – they turn readers off – and here are the top five baddies. IF – BUT – COULD – SHOULD – MAYBE What on earth have I got against these poor souls? They do not activate or invigorate or motivate – they are conditional –

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Read This Now – It’s for YOU!

Read this because it’s for you – yes, YOU! You’re here because you write and are looking for some perspective and resources. I know that because this is a writing site and blog – easy enough for me to know who you are. Now ask yourself this question – Why are you reading this NOW?

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Preposterous Prepositions

I’m a fan of Sir Winston Churchill and his acidic quips. I was delighted to find a new Churchillianism as I was perusing The Cassell Guide to Common Errors in English by Harry Blamires. I wasn’t looking for Churchill but engaging in some grammatical self-improvement to pass the two extra hours spent at gymnastics on

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