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Overcoming a Dry Spell…

Greetings from DC! I know it’s been a while since I last updated. I’m a hospital administrator, so you can probably imagine how crazy my life has been since mid-March. While I can now write essays and research papers on how to staff and schedule COVID test sites and create the perfect drive-thru tent, creative… Continue reading Overcoming a Dry Spell…

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Grammarly Alternatives to consider…

Last week I wrote about how in a previous blog I managed to use the word “fight” twenty-seven times without realizing it. Part of my writing process is to run things through Grammarly to catch any grammatical errors I might have missed on MS Word. One thing that the free version of Grammarly does not do is… Continue reading Grammarly Alternatives to consider…

Writing fight scenes for romance novels
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Writing fight scenes for romance novels…

Good evening from DC. I am once again writing in my dining room/office/schoolroom.  This week, my family made the transition to homeschooling as our state extended school closures to the end of April.  For those of you with small children at home, my deepest sympathies.  My two would have put those UFC cage fighters to… Continue reading Writing fight scenes for romance novels…