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.
Month: July 2017
When a quiet-loving cat takes an unexpected tour of the neighborhood, he’s in for some rude surprises—until he discovers the purrfect solution.
Gunnery Sergeant Torin Kerr is now Warden Kerr along with her crewmates, and they’ve been tasked with rescuing hostages…with the aid of the enemy.
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.
Thrust into the unwelcoming and snobbish Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies, Evie Johnson is isolated in its oppressive gloom, her only friend a young man who may be hiding his past from her.
Sixth in the PC Peter Grant urban fantasy-detective mystery series (a.k.a., the Rivers of London series) set in London and revolving around a magic division of the police, in particular one police constable learning the trade, the magic one. A character’s color or race never seem to impact me much, and it wasn’t until this story — the sixth!! — that it dawned on me that some might want to know — and revel — in a story in which a black man is the hero. So take it away, Police Constable Peter Grant… My Take The inner thoughts hook and that first-person protagonist point-of-view is what pulls you in, as Peter makes it personal. Lord knows he has plenty going on as the Folly liaison with the goddesses, his relationship with Beverley, his encounter with Caroline and what that all brings to light — whoo-wee, those two are going to make it interesting, and the truth about the Faceless Man. Hang on for a ride! Oh, yeah, this is so character versus character, as the Folly and the new pair go up against the bad guy(s) with plenty of interference all around. New pair, you ask? I suspect Aaronovitch […]
As a self-editing writer, discover the difference between read and reed in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
Quick, call out! Tell all you can reach: the night is just perfect for bats at the beach!
Three witches kidnapped—with spells that could smother Emberly’s powers. Sam and PIT are blackmailing her and Jackson…what more could go wrong?