Monthly Archives: April 2022

Writing Tip: IMPLY versus INFER

Imply versus Infer People often mix up the words imply and infer. Although they are similar, these words have different meanings and are used differently. This should help to use them correctly. *** Imply means to suggest or state something … Continue reading

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Grief and Love

A short story based on the image shown from a prompt from Writers Unite! – April 2022 Grief and Love A short story by Lynn Miclea Trigger Warning: Mention of Suicide Her hand trembling, Kara wiped a tear off her … Continue reading

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Writing Tip:  I, HE, SHE vs. ME, HIM, HER

I, He, She, They versus Me, Him, Her, Them People often mix up when to use the words I, he, she, and they, or me, him, her, and them. They are different parts of speech and there are specific times … Continue reading

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Hoping to Heal

A short story based on the image shown from a prompt from Writers Unite! – April 2022 Hoping to Heal A short story by Lynn Miclea Scottie sighed. He hated being sick. What did he ever do to deserve this? … Continue reading

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