I know someone who is getting published.
She’s 44 years old, and at the beginning of the year, she decided she’d write a book. She wrote it in one month, and since then, has re-written and edited.
She got a contract with Momentum recently, and in under a year, she’s gone from wanting to write a book, to actually going to get it published.
I forgot the point of this story…
But anyway, for some reason which I don’t remember, it prompted me to change up my blog a bit. Long story short, I scrapped most of my ideas.
Which left me with one option.
I have another blog, Crystal Chaos. It was originally planned to just be about my other interests, but now writing will be added to the list.
That’s right. This blog, Miss Loves To Write, will be combining with my new one, Crystal Chaos.
If you don’t want to follow me over there, that’s fine, but I would love for you to join me.
Crystal Chaos is dedicated to sharing a small snippet of my life. Topics range from Craft/Art, to Baking/Cooking, and now to writing. Continue to follow my life over there at itscrystalchaos.wordpress.com.
It was fun while it lasted!
Sue and me went shopping.
We all know by now that that is the incorrect way to write it – it should be Sue and I.
I came across a helpful tip today to remember it: take out the person’s name. If the sentence still makes sense, then it’s right. (Me went shopping is not a correct sentence.)
But it also explains a similar thing that I’ve previously struggled with. Is it Sue’s and my car, or mine and Sue’s car? (Or any of the other variables if that sentence.)
Neither of them seemed quite right, until I applied this tip to it. If I take out Sue’s name, I’ve either got my car, or mine car.
It’s now easy to see which sentence is better.
What about you? Do you have any tips that you use to remember grammar rules?
PS. Tell me if I’ve gotten something wrong, and I’ll fix it.
Day two is upon us. So is a taxi, Valentines day, and an old enemy.
Yes, those are my three items for today.
The first 200 words are below, like yesterday. If you want to read the whole 732 words, check out the instructions after the excerpt.
Had no idea what to write, so I started looking up prompts. So now I have a new challenge idea.
This page has a list of prompts using 3 elements to all be included in a story together. Five days a week for two weeks, I’ll try and do one (though after Camp NaNo starts, I can’t promise I’ll stick to it).
Today, I’m doing the 9th prompt in the list: a horoscope, makeup, and a missing tooth.