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April 25, 2018

Message in a bottle
by Claudia Blood
I was reading a Scooby Doo book to my five-year-old son. In the story, the gang were in a surfing contest. Scooby and Shaggy were swept away on their turn surfing and landed on a deserted island. They chose to send a message in a bottle into the ocean. The message said, “Save Us.”
As a kid, I was all in for this idea. Really, what else would you do if you were stranded on an island?
Now, as an adult, the message-in-a-bottle solution bothered me. It represented one of those useless things that served no real purpose. Which was redundant! See how worked up this makes me? Read more of this post

Top 10 Persuasive Writing Techniques
by Cristian Mihai
Admit it. You write because you want to convince your readers to do something or agree with your point of view. Or maybe you want them to be inspired by your words, to apply your teachings and principles, to act on your ideas.
Here are the ten best persuasive writing techniques.
Prepare for… WORLD DOMINATION! Read more of this post

Shadow & Light
by Penny Wilson Writes
The moon stole a kiss As I drank in the  shadows The sunrise hides Under the scars of  Yesterday  Turmoil rests Under the guise of Sanity As tomorrow Promises Another day Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson *Day 26 of my 30 day Post-A-Day challenge.   Read more of this post

one good thing by jillee
“Why Didn’t I Think Of That?” – Part Ten
Here are 9 more quick and easy hacks that’ll have you asking, “Why didn’t I think of that?!” Read more

Grammarly Blog
APRIL 21, 2018
Why Hedging Undermines Your Writing
What phrases do you tend to use when you’re making a suggestion or asking a (potentially uncomfortable) question? Phrases like “I think we should…” or “It would be great if…” are forms of hedging.  Read All About It


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