A hue and cry was raised against those intent on hewing the Great Forest to extinction in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
Month: November 2017
Covering up Darrell Clark’s murder has roused a group of irate blacks, looking for justice. Which they find under the table in Kidd, an artist and computer hacker extraordinaire.
Young women are disappearing in the dark of night, reappearing as automatons. Nan, Sarah and the Watsons discover it was no ordinary horror that drove them mad.
When editing your own writing, know when to use irregardless and when to use regardless in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
A tall tale comparison of the similarities between Huck Finn’s and Mark Twain’s early years that slides into an easygoing conversation about Mark Twain’s life.
Class reunions: a time for memories—good, bad, and, as Virgil Flowers is about to find out, deadly.
Amoral, immoral, nonmoral, and unmoral are related and differentiate between actions or choices that are conscienceless, judgmental, involuntary, or environmental in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
There’s a man, Dr. DOA, who gets away with murder, removing problems from other people’s lives. And the poison he’s used on Eddie is immune to any cure.
Weapons are flying off the shelves at the local pawnshop in Midnight, Texas—only to be used in sudden and dramatic suicides right at the main crossroads in town.
To deboss is to create a valley whereas to emboss creates a hill in this Word Confusion from KD Did It for all you self-editing writers.