Monthly Archives: January 2022

Writing Tip: THAT, WHICH, and WHO

That, Which, and Who People often mix up the words that, which, and who. Although similar in use, there are specific times each word should be used. For that and which, the proper word to use depends on whether the … Continue reading

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A New Beginning

A short story based on the image shown from a prompt from Writers Unite! – January 2022 A New Beginning A short story by Lynn Miclea Ellie stared at Mike. He had become a stranger to her — an angry, … Continue reading

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Writing Tip: STATIONERY versus STATIONARY

Stationery versus Stationary People often mix up the words stationery and stationary. Although these words sound the same and there is only one letter different, they are different parts of speech and have different meanings and uses. This should help … Continue reading

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Writing Tip: COUNSEL versus COUNCIL

Counsel versus Council People often mix up the words counsel and council. Although these words sound the same, they have different meanings and uses. This should help to use them properly. *** Counsel can be a noun meaning advice or … Continue reading

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Becoming Whole

A short story based on the image shown from a prompt from Writers Unite! – January 2022 Becoming Whole A short story by Lynn Miclea A restless unease moved through Emma as she joined her family for dinner. Tomorrow she … Continue reading

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