Monthly Archives: July 2016

Write Away – Moil

I love interesting words. This week, I’m obsessing about, “Moil,” thanks to a suggestion from Chris St. Clair. Here are some of the many definitions:  – To work hard : drudge  – To whirl or churn ceaselessly; twist; eddy.  – Glassmaking. a superfluous … Continue reading

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Out of This (Kindle) World – @kindleworlds

Trying My Hand at Kindle Worlds After three weeks of non-stop edits on my book, my brain has officially gone off the tracks. My progress has derailed. I’m sitting at a whistle stop letting off steam, looking up train expressions on The … Continue reading

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Write Away – “Petrichor”

Gotta love those interesting words.  This week, I’m thinking about, “Petrichor.”  (#amwriting) – A pleasant smell that frequently accompanies the first rain after a long period of warm, dry weather. – Find this definition at oxforddictionaries.com. – Coined in the 1960’s. Do … Continue reading

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