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Searching for the Right Words? Tip #33

This series aims to help authors express the full meaning and emotional content of their fiction. As writers, we seek to inspire readers with joy, stoke their terrors, romance them with love, overwhelm them with horror, inflame their passions. 381 more words

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Searching for the Right Words? Tip #32

This series is intended to help authors express the full meaning and emotional content of their fiction.

As writers, we want to inspire readers with joy, stoke their terrors, romance them with love, overwhelm them with horror, inflame their passions. 454 more words

Author

English Lesson: "Too Much" vs "So Much"

Time for another round of “This is why you don’t sound like a native speaker.” This tip comes courtesy of my friend Jameson.

“If you’re of able mind and body, life is good.” – Jameson Liang…

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Improving English Fluency

Searching for the Right Words? Tip #31

This series is intended to help authors express the full meaning and emotional content of their fiction.

As writers, we want to inspire readers with joy, stoke their terrors, romance them with love, overwhelm them with horror, inflame their passions. 430 more words

Author

A hotel replete with . . . something

I can’t resist looking at photos of hotel rooms. So when I came across a post about a cool new boutique hotel in Florida, I went to their website to look at the room photography. 674 more words

Linguistic Sense

Colorful, Colored, and Colorless Words: Fixing Writing Errors

Do you recall the dreaded 500-words’ essay often assigned by English teachers? Do you also recall the sinking feeling of coming up with 500 words on a subject for which you held no opinion? 677 more words

Writing

Fernando Pessoa & Literary Children

I am lazily wending my way through Fernando Pessoa’s The Book of Disquiet and finding a like-minded soul: a quiet man, a homebody, a literary enthusiast. 256 more words

Poetry