Monthly Archives: April 2017

TRANSMUTED Sales Update!

I couldn’t be happier with the sales of TRANSMUTED so far (well, obviously I could be happier: Stephen King, John Scalzi, Andy Weir), but I’m pretty happy. I ♥ Kindle Press. I now have two full months of ebook stats, … Continue reading

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Weekly Excerpt From: GRAMMAR FOR PEOPLE WHO HATE RULES by Kathleen A. Watson

Active vs. Passive Voice: Keep Your Writing Lively and Readable Active voice is more lively and easier to read. It makes clear who has done — or should do — something. It prevents wordy, convoluted sentences. In active voice, the … Continue reading

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Weekly Excerpt From: GRAMMAR FOR PEOPLE WHO HATE RULES by Kathleen A. Watson

[This week’s excerpt seems appropriate when you consider the number of factoids currently being reported as fact.]  Fact vs. Factoid: Don’t Confuse the Two Word meanings and their usage evolve and change. However, here’s one I’ve been keeping my eye … Continue reading

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Weekly Excerpt From: GRAMMAR FOR PEOPLE WHO HATE RULES by Kathleen A. Watson

Your English Teacher Was Wrong: You May Start a Sentence With And, But, So Should you start a sentence with And? What about But or So? It depends. And, but and so serve as conjunctions; they’re joiners. They can be the … Continue reading

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DAH da DOT da DAHHH . . .

Only time for the highlights. I’m working furiously to finish the second book in the Dark Landing series, so I ask your forgiveness for not posting in a while. In no particular order (except I saved the best for last): … Continue reading

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