Category Archives: Language and Writing

Would I Advise You to Use WordPress Blogs?

A number of people have come across my blog and asked whether it is a WordPress blog. The answer is yes. It is easy to use, and it is versatile. I am in my sixties, and not computer brilliant. My … Continue reading

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Interactive Editing

Writing could be compared with an interactive game. You begin by establishing what you want to say and who your intended audience is. Then, you make a bet with yourself that you really can really write something that will make … Continue reading

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Developing the Art of Writing

What would I tell you, if you were just starting out to learn the art of writing? First, I would ask what kind of writing you want to do, and I would ask what sort of reading you like most, … Continue reading

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Birth of a Book #3

As you can see, editing is an art. I’ve changed at least one of the names of my characters, and I will more than likely change a few more, before this is finished. Josepha’s occupation has changed; she now works … Continue reading

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A Guide to the Three Basic Points of View

I read a lot of books. Reading is part of my job. I read to know and understand the sorts of things that have sold well and the sorts of things that are selling well. I read analytically to see … Continue reading

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