A haunting, enchanting book to digest one story at a time.
What can you do to prevent and treat comma splices and run-ons?
This book describes the mind of a man who only thinks he loves no one.
With finals coming up, some of you are probably pumping out papers like crazy. So, as a writing tutor for two years who has seen hundreds upon hundreds of papers, I decided to offer as much help as I can. So, I decided to start a series addressing common errors here. Today's topic: gerund phrases. Gerunds … Continue reading Writer’s Corner: Gerund Phrases
Since this blog has been growing quite a bit recently, I wanted to reintroduce myself! I'm Anne Pyle--previously Anne Warke, hence the url. I'm not your typical blogger, so here's a bit of history for you to understand me better. I've lived in Texas for nearly all my life, but my Northern parents and family members kept me … Continue reading Getting to Know All about Me
Recently, my husband and I have been doing well financially; we both have stable income, and we just found out our housing will mostly be covered by financial aid this summer. After months of being without jobs, agonizing over pennies saved, and relying on other people’s generosity to survive, we made it. But after all … Continue reading Good Things Come to Those Who Fight
When a writer sketches out a book
I listen to its patrons' confessions and become the sinner.
I can fight you now.
There's an episode of Black Mirror where a designer for electronic bees programs them to obey people's "Death to" tweets and kill the person they threaten, causing the person extreme pain in the process. With this power comes great responsibility, and it does not function well; the populace begin tweeting "death to" to anyone who … Continue reading How to Get Away with Career Murder