Oh, a friend commented on one of my previously published photo posts and that reminded me that I haven’t posted any photos on the Daily Post WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge for a while. So I will take a break from posts on writing quirks and flash a few photos. That will give my poor typing fingers a rest and maybe my brain, too.
You’ve heard the commercial, “Let someone else do the driving”? Well, for this post I let someone else do the writing. Here are a few posts from the AtoZ.
This first post came in at a timely moment. It showed up only two hours after I had read the note about a “one-sheet” on the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Conference website. (Next conference: July 30-August 2)
Deena Rae, e-bookbuilders One-Sheet for Your Book
And a few more:
The Missouri Writers’ Guild, What Does It Take To Be a Writer?
RJSeeley, I’ve Always Been a Writer
Dani at http://onlybooksandhorses.wordpress.com Writing Inspiration: New York City
Gene’O of The Writing Catalog: Pacing
Daily Post, WordPress: Blogging 101: Love Your Theme
And here is a previous post I did on direct OBJECTS: D is for direct object or happy birthday.
Your turn: What writing quirks or interesting words do you find in writing?
Janice Hall Heck, retired educator, blogger, and
nitpicky editor of On the Horizon, a bi-monthly community newsletter for Horizons at Woods Landing, Mays Landing, NJ, is quite possibly a grammar geek.
Oh Heck! Another Writing Quirk, theme for the amazing 2014 A to Z Challenge, suggests ways to improve our writing by avoiding and/or eliminating troublesome bug-a-boos that cramp our writing style.