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Word Painting – Sometimes it’s the Little Words

I love a good metaphor, don’t you? Have a look at this sentence I read recently in the upcoming release The Silver Suitcase by Terrie Todd: She lay awake far too long, trying in vain to push waves of grief … Continue reading

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Just Two Little Words

They’re just two little words, but when I see them written together at the beginning of a sentence it’s like hitting a pothole: Just then … I don’t know whether it’s just me, but I find that a really lame … Continue reading

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