Besides, this week, Frances is having a great book event. She’s offered to giveaway a hardcopy of her book to anyone in the continental United States. If you’re outside of the U.S. she’s open to sending a pdf to a winner from this blog. So, here’s all you have to do to win– enter the contest on rafflecopter and I’ll contact you if you’re chosen.
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TOUGH GIRL by Libby Heily is here.
Danger lurks everywhere in eleven year old Reggie’s world—from the bully next door to the unwanted attentions of a creep at school. Raised by her mentally ill mother, Reggie is left to fend for herself in a rough
Few and Less: The rule I knew was USE FEW WHEN YOU CAN COUNT THE NOUN.
- Few agents responded to my query. (Too true.)
- Writers have less time to write these days. (It seems this is also too true!)
Today I hear less for both the count and non-count nouns. What do you prefer? To keep the words distinct or to lose that rule entirely?
- The farther he threw his manuscript, the better he felt.
- The further he delved into his manuscript, the more he lost his original story line. (This happened to me just last month, so I can relate to just how abstract further delving can be!)