10 Tips For Creating Your First Children’s Picture Book | BookBaby Blog

A children’s picture book may seem simple, but creating a brilliant one is no easy task. How do you make yours smart, engaging, and fun? — Read on blog.bookbaby.com/2012/07/ten-tips-for-creating-your-first-childrens-picture-book/ Hi to my friends and followers. Recently I assisted a young nephew with a story he had written. He could picture his story in a book,Continue reading “10 Tips For Creating Your First Children’s Picture Book | BookBaby Blog”

Checklists and Tip Sheets | One Stop For Writers

Our checklists and tip sheets can help broaden your understanding of how to create tension and conflict, deepen characterization, master the pace, and plot compelling novels. — Read on onestopforwriters.com/image_tips Thank you, thank you. What more can be said to One Stop Writers for such pearls. May we all benefit. Glennis

My young nephews short story

https://1drv.ms/w/s!AgWOVPWMFHZ9grEL4m07lViunkS18A Spencer is aged about seven or eight. He lives with his parents in New Zealand. When we met at my brothers 70th birthday recently Spencer was curious after holding in his hands the latest of my novels. An ambition was birthed that day. That afternoon I became aware of this young lad writing hisContinue reading “My young nephews short story”

Comma Rules: A Quick Quide | Grammarly

Not sure about commas? We’ve got you covered. Learn the essentials about commas in English quickly. — Read on http://www.grammarly.com/blog/comma/ This article by Grammarly, although long, is extensive. It is worth reading if you are being tripped up when editing your writing. I write Historical Fiction focusing on social, political and religious attitudes that affectedContinue reading “Comma Rules: A Quick Quide | Grammarly”

12 Email Acronyms You Should Know, With Definitions | Grammarly

We use acronyms in emails every day. From P.S. to Ms. to ASAP, it’s tough to keep straight. Here’s a list of twelve email acronyms and their meanings. — Read on http://www.grammarly.com/blog/email-acronyms/

How to survive a heart attack

From my sister, the surgical nurse and certified CPR teacher: Please pause for 2 minutes and read this: 1. Let’s say it’s 7.25pm and you’re going home (alone of course) after an unusually hard day on the job. 2. You’re really tired, upset and frustrated. 3 Suddenly you start experiencing severe pain in your chestContinue reading “How to survive a heart attack”

I am now writing as Annie Browne

It’s 2019 and I am venturing into self publishing. Previously I published using a vanity press. They did a good job but it was expensive to publish the first two books. Now I have ventured into self publishing and have republished the first two books of The Fortune Seekers Series under a new series entitled:Continue reading “I am now writing as Annie Browne”

How To Break Bad Habits in Your Writing | Grammarly

Writing well is hard work. But getting rid of a few bad habits can make it easier—and help your prose shine. If you want to improve, it won’t happen by accident. Luckily, science can help. Here’s how to break bad habits in your writing. — Read on http://www.grammarly.com/blog/writing-bad-habits/