sem·i·co·lon ˈsemēˌkōlən,ˈsemīˌkōlən/ noun 1. A punctuation mark (;) indicating a pause, typically between two main clauses, that is more pronounced than that indicated by a comma. 2. A symbol that makes people angry.
Photo credit: Wikipedia I have never been to a wedding and said the words, “That DJ was great!” Never. I may have said they were fine or okay or even good, but they have never been Tony the Tiger great. When throwing a wedding, most couples want to make sure they are covering their bases…. Read more »
Am I in the market for a house? Not yet, but after watching enough HGTV shows, and seeing my brother jump into the fray, I have some notes to give to those who are looking for a place to live. You can take or leave this as you may, but this is a home buying survival… Read more »
When it comes to writing you’ll find that it’s much like a science experiment. You try to get a certain result, but you will probably wind up with something else all together awesome; like Silly Putty. You have to play around with words. Try them in a certain order, fashion, or style. Writing is playing,… Read more »
Dolls, they are collectible, loved, and terrifying. When I was a kid my grandmother had a guest room that had a line of dolls sitting on a rail along all four walls of the room. They sat there, smiling, staring at me while I kept watch on them to make sure they didn’t come alive… Read more »
Through the typewriters of your mind.
I usually find book trailers to be rather, well… bad. Typically they are really boring and take themselves too seriously. You’ll find that many a book trailer is just a series of images with text flashing by the screen or filled with terrible acting. No matter what, they all appear to have been made by… Read more »