Category Archives: technical writing

The Punster

A few puns to brighten up your day: The fattest knight at King Arthur’s round table was Sir Cumference. He acquired his size from too much pi. I thought I saw an eye doctor on an Alaskan island, but it … Continue reading

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My Top 10 Tips for Writers

Ever wanted to know the key to being a great author? Read these tips to find out. Continue reading

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Coming This Fall

To say I’m excited is an understatement. But then, every time I get one of my books done I’m excited. Each book is a labor of love, because I love the book, but I also love my readers. So, I want each reader to love my creations as much as I do (an impossible dream…but then again, who knows. And that’s why I #keepwriting. ; ) Continue reading

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The Winkling Wuggley Got Her

As I warned you lovely readers in my previous post, “Sorry…No Kooky Cats“, I’ve been sucked into the world of YouTube. Not as just a viewer, but as a participant. (So, world beware!) I’m developing a channel, creating short video, … Continue reading

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Some Punctuation Humor

  (I’m most like the dash/hyphen and the elipse…;-)  

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Anyone for Pie?

The pie that is chocolate is missing a piece. The pie, which is chocolate, is missing a piece. Besides making you hungry, the two sentences have a lot in common; however, they also have some important but subtle differences. It’s … Continue reading

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A review of “How to Self-Promote…”

How to Self-Promote Without Being a Jerk by Bruce Kasanoff Summary: This book purports to help you promote yourself and your service or product by showing you how to be the best you you can be. Recommended: Yes Review: the … Continue reading

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