I don’t expect to find spiritual wisdom or encouragement in my daily perusal of the Wall Street Journal, but Daniel Henninger’s P.S. to his April 9 opinion piece caught my attention: “For Christians and Jews, this is among the holiest
If you’re using the corona virus-induced isolation to write, check out this helpful infographic from Mignon Fogarty, the Grammar Girl, for the frequent writing mistakes that even published authors make. Thanks to Quick and Dirty Tips | Grammar Girl for
If you spend any time on Facebook, you’ve likely seen the Book Challenge. For seven days, participants are invited to post the image of a book they’ve loved — one each day without comment — and then challenge someone else to do the same. The premise behind the challenge is to promote literacy and build a book list. For me the challenge was not commenting because how can you not comment on books you’ve loved? So, permit me to share those seven books here with comments.
When a letter from the District Court appears in your mailbox, you pay attention. At least, I do. It was a jury summons. But not just any jury—a federal grand jury.
This week’s Not To Be Confused With… takes more bandwidth than usual. So, it’s a blog instead of a graphic.