Monthly Archives: December 2021

Happy New Year 2022!

Happy New Year, Everyone! I am making changes for this coming year. However, rather than resolutions for the beginning of a year, these are changes that I strive for each day throughout the year. My goal is simple: to let … Continue reading

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Writing Tip:  CAPITAL versus CAPITOL

Capital versus Capitol People often mix up the words capital and capitol. They may sound the same, but these words have different meanings and uses. *** Capital has various meanings and can be different parts of speech. As a noun, … Continue reading

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A Haunting Dream

A short story based on the image shown from a prompt from Writers Unite! – December 2021 A Haunting Dream A short story by Lynn Miclea Gasping, Amy sat up in bed and shook her head. Another dream of the … Continue reading

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Writing Tip: ASSENT versus ASCENT

Assent versus Ascent People often mix up the words assent and ascent. Although these words sound the same and there is only one letter different, they have different meanings and uses. This should help to use them properly. *** Assent … Continue reading

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NEW GRAMMAR BOOK

NEW GRAMMAR BOOK COMING OUT! ★★★ NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDERS!!! ★★★ A dynamic, informative, and fun look at writing, grammar, and word usage. The book covers parts of speech, verb tense, plurals, punctuation, commonly misused words, and interesting facets of … Continue reading

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Giving Back

A short story based on the image shown from a prompt from Writers Unite! – December 2021 Giving Back A short story by Lynn Miclea Sitting on the bench at the edge of the frozen lake, Shari let out a … Continue reading

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