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Confusing Words from Canadians to Karat
Would you seek shelter from the rain underneath a canape or a canopy? When you walk through a deep valley, do you walk through a cannon, a canon, or a canyon? Does a horse canter or cantor? Would you eat a carat, a caret, a carrot, or a karat?
Eskimo Pie Patent Day & Other Odd Holidays
How many beer cans will you collect on Beer Can Appreciation Day? Will you laugh out loud on Belly Laugh Day? Will you try an Eskimo Pie for the very first time on Eskimo Pie Patent Day? And will you talk like grizzled prospector on Talk Like a Grizzled Prospector Day?
Conclusion of Interview with Kitten K. Jackson
How much research did the author have to do for this book? How did she choose the names of her characters? What advice does she have for authors who are striving to be published?
Continuation of Interview with Kitten K. Jackson
How does Kitten feel about self-publishing? When did she first have a desire to write? Does she plan out the entire book before sitting down to write it?
More of Interview with Kitten K. Jackson
How many books will be in this series? Is Kitten the author's real name?
My Interview with Kitten K. Jackson
What was the inspiration for this book? How did Ms. Jackson feel about the characters she created? How long did it take her to write Keeping Secrets?
Keeping Secrets - a Review
Greg Parker has a secret. A secret he doesn’t want found out. To what lengths will he go to keep his true identity hidden? Is his identity the only thing he wants to keep a secret?
Forces of Nature - Thunderstorms
A thunderstorm produces heavy rain and it accompanied by thunder and lightning. At times it also produces hail and heavy, damaging winds. They are a force of nature, and when conditions are right, they unleash their fury. How can this be used in your writing?
Confusing Words from Cached to Chimera
Would you drive a caddie, a caddy, or a Caddy? Would you have a cadenza or a credenza in your house? Would you take a picture with a camera or with a chimera? Would you place a caller, choler, collar, or color on your pet?
Words That Make Noise J-K
Does your story have automotive noises? Perhaps the cries of birds fill the air. Or maybe it is full of explosions, fighting, and people running. Whatever type of noises are in your story, chances are there is a word that makes just the type of noise you need.
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