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Gently dare to sweep me off my heels

Never spice up my silent words
–heal my thirst with colour raindrops.

Not ever ask for crystalline statements
–casually provoke through enigmatic eyes.

Don’t ever mention pearled utopia… 64 more words


Sensible (and totally legit) ways to lower your word count

There will come a time in a writer’s life when word count needs to be lowered. Sometimes, verbose creatures that we are, we waffle. Here are some Totally Legit ways to lower your manuscript’s word count. 225 more words

Emily Lowrey

Adverbs 2

Nine lessons, no notes.


This module took me the longest to finish because the words feel clumsy and the meanings are very idiomatic. Although adverbs do not decline, the way adjectives do in German, I did have my troubles. 345 more words


Welcome to new users

Hello friends,

Welcome to this new English learning Blog.In this blog,Any one can come here,study here,learn new words and increase level of English.

I come from non-English family background and I had done my schooling in vernacular language.So,when I was in learning phase of English,I had to searched a lot for new vocabulary. 38 more words


Weasel Words, Filters, and Other Candidates For Cutting

I used to overwrite in insane amounts. Unfortunately, I wrote seven novels before I discovered this, and now I’m working my way through, cutting them all down to size. 573 more words

Cathleen Townsend

Attack of the Adverb-Sucking Robot

I believe the road to hell is paved with adverbs, and I will shout it from the rooftops.

– Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft…

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