Anticipation is a gift. Perhaps there is none greater. Anticipation is born of hope. Indeed it is hope’s finest expression. In hope’s loss, however, is the greatest despair. ~Steven L. Pack Although it’s another month before we flip the calendar
When You Need an Editor
At first glance, the similarities between doctors and editors may be difficult to imagine. While editing may not have quite the number of specialties as the medical profession, it is no more a one size fits all profession than doctoring
The Secret to Getting Published
When Diane Holmes’s grandmother divulged the untold story of her mother—a secret she’d kept from adolescence to her death bed—Diane took on the mantel of family historian and storyteller. While her grandmother’s story caused a sensation within the family, Diane
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
National Handshake Day
“Greet one another with a holy kiss” (Romans 16:16).
Now that’s a biblical injunction few Christians take seriously these days. Perhaps it’s something to ponder on National Handshake Day. The handshake, however, predates Paul’s admonition by several centuries.