You won’t be bored once you start to board your cover for that fabulous new book you wrote…in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
In this Word Confusion from KD Did It, everybody wants to be a self-editing writer for every body of text they write.
Preparing you for the onslaught of the Every Mondays that begin 14 August and go through 11 September 2017, ranging from “Every Body vs Everybody”, “Every Man vs Everyman”, “Every One vs Everyone”, “Every Place vs Everyplace”, and “Every Way vs Everyway”.
Self-editing writers who write with reverence or to the reverend in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
It’s the ultimate definition of a Word Confusion—not the pentultimate and certainly not the last from KD Did It for self-editing writers.
In the most common usages, padding and patting convey completely different visuals to your readers. Discover more in this Word Confusion Padding vs Patting from KD Did It.
Pickled or austere, that’s a major difference between acetic and ascetic for the self-editing writer in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
Another instance of lowercase versus UPPERcase usage with jesus versus Jesus in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
There’s she blowin’, right where there’re a lot of…oops…no more boats in this Word Confusion from KD Did It for self-editing writers.
As a self-editing writer, discover the difference between read and reed in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.