Reviews? Need some? (Who doesnt’?) Here are four memes I created over the last year or so. Feel free to save and use as you will. I’m planning to do a few more with a bit more info on them, and will share when I get them done. In the meantime, hope you can use these here and there. (No need for attribution. I share these freely with anyone who wants to help get the word out.)
WHEN HISTORY, MYSTERY, ACTION, and ROMANCE ARE ALL ROLLED INTO ONE!
These eleven short stories range from drug traffickers using hand-woven wallets, to a U.S. slave sewing freedom codes into her quilts; from a cruise ship murder mystery with a quilt instructor and a NYPD police detective, to a couple hiding Christian passports into a comforter in Nazi Germany; from an old Salem Witchcraft wedding quilt curse to a young seamstress in the infamous Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire; from a 1980’s Romeo and Juliet romance between a Wall Street financial ‘star’ and an eclectic fiber artist, to a Haight-Ashbury love affair between a professor and a macramé artist gone horribly wrong, just to name a few.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Well written, flowing, and with all the lead characters having distinctive voices and personalities, this is a very enjoyable read. . .This is likely to have ranging appeal, as it spans a range of genres. . . and should be ideal for anyone who likes short stories. Highly recommended, and a great read for lovers of short stories of almost any genre. – Reader for BookAngel.co.uk
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Here at 4WillsPublishing, we’re all about sharing info that can only help you to become a better writer. What better info to share than 6 words that can ruin your sentence. So, let’s jump right into it:
*ACTUALLY: Crutch words are words that we slip into sentences in order to give ourselves more time to think, or to emphasize a statement. Over time, they become unconscious verbal tics. Most often, crutch words do not add meaning of a statement. Actually is the perfect example of a crutch word. It is meant to signify something that exists in reality, but it is more often used as a way to add punch to a statement (as in, “I actually have no idea”). The next word is one of the most chronically misused crutch words in English…
*LITERALLY: This adverb should be used to describe an action that…
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