Here are the top five worst writing mistakes and how to avoid and correct them.

Top 5 Most Frustrating Writing Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)By KIMBERLY JOKI ·  I thank and attribute the post to https://www.grammarly.com/grammar-check Glennis   Recently Grammarly asked its social media communities which writing mistakes were the worst kinds of errors. Our fans tend to find substantive grammatical trip-ups, like verb errors, far more frustrating thanContinue reading “Here are the top five worst writing mistakes and how to avoid and correct them.”

Challenging Moral Beliefs – the essence of part one in “The Fortune Seekers”

I say “thank you” to  Angela Ackerman for writing this blogg. It explains exactly what I am writing about in the fictional experiences in my soon to be published novel. Angela’s Blogg  begins – Level Up Your Setting By Thinking Outside The Box → Deepen The Protagonist to Readers By Challenging His or Her Moral BeliefsContinue reading “Challenging Moral Beliefs – the essence of part one in “The Fortune Seekers””

Freedom to be yourself

Glennis_Browne@twitter.com Who would you be if the influences of society weren’t directing your attitudes and behaviours? Perhaps you are responding, “That’s not true for me. I’m who I am because I do exactly what I want to do.” But is that really true? Many outside influences have influenced our society over the generations The Crown?Continue reading “Freedom to be yourself”

Why I teach my grandkids to play the guitar?

Born within our grandchildren is a little bit of their parents. A certain amount of their four grandparents, and a sprinkling of their great grandparents. This smorgasbord of genes making them who they are. As their grandmother I watch the antics of these little grand boys. Chuckling at the resemblances emerging over the years. ListeningContinue reading “Why I teach my grandkids to play the guitar?”