Co-worker linked this to me and I found it a fun commentary on grammar usage (or lack thereof).
Enjoy and keep on writing.
First is a Groupon for a Children’s Writing Course that is normally around $500, but is offered for a short time at $19.
I don’t mean to be a tease, but by the time I got to blogging about it they “sold out”. Sorry. But my purpose for bringing up this offer is to point you in the direction to check out Groupon in the future for writing courses.
The second deal, which I believe is still going on, I found on TechBargins for 90% off Udemy courses. Thus a $50 to $200 course is now only $10.
You can find the Finish Strong deals HERE
Here is proof that it’s only $10 for one of the few writing courses offered in this deal:
There are many, many other writing courses that are not part of this deal, but ones that look interesting and helpful. If you use the second code in the offer, you can save 75% off other courses:
Hope that helps someone. I’m off to learn more through some online courses.
A co-worker of mine is heavy into board games.
One day he asked, “Have you heard of Rory’s Story Cubes?”
I said, “What? Nope. Never heard of them, what are they?”
He said, “Check out this link and I think you’ll want to get some.”
So I checked out the Amazon.com link, read some reviews and ordered me a set.
My kids and I have had fun talking and generating stories. We take turns letting one person roll all the dice, or we have three of us split them up and roll. Either way the pictures are a wonder launching pad to the imagination.
Got writer’s block? Have these dice handy, roll and write!
Pick a random noun. Pick a verb. Pick another noun. Pick another verb.
No this is not Mad Libs, but now you have two things and two actions. Write something using both nouns and both verbs.
Two years ago I started this blog and was consistent for about seven months, then stopped.
When I resurrected the blog and started working on my purpose (mission statement) I realized I needed to make some changes, such as:
Hopefully the updates are a welcome change.