Georgian English writers, and their American counterparts, loved to use elongated, and complicated, often windy, paragraphs, and had a habit, of employing commas, all over the place.
A “sea lion” fights always to get in the last word ON YOUR SITE; you can’t end an exchange, the “sea lion” must.
Here’s a suggestion of something to try if you are one of those and still claim you don’t know what you want to write about.
Another case in point: my friends and I watched Friends, first run, when it was brand new…
We’re told nowadays male novelists need to pretend to be women. Or we hear they need at least for readers not to know they are men. (Meaning their first name should not […]
I’d had that encouraging “fan email.” Then, yesterday, out of the blue I received yet another interesting email: ….I have been blogging for years, but I am now looking to write a […]
If you celebrated, I hope you had a pleasant Christmas. I happened to come across this blog piece recently and bookmarked it for reference. Alexander Nazaryan, last January, in the New York […]