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#Humor for #Writers – John Storywriter Unwitting Compliment

#Humor for #Writers – John Storywriter Unwitting Compliment

Humor for Writers – John Storywriter Unwitting Compliment By Patricia de Hemricourt   John Storywriter, the famous writer, and his wife Miriam are at home having breakfast. And as he always does during breakfast, John is reading the Chronicle’s Sports pages. Suddenly, John comes across an article which he feels he has to share with Miriam. “Darling,” he says, “guess what Sheldon Bungler, that brainless, idiotic footballer, has just done?” “I’ve no idea,” replies Miriam. “So tell me already. Just what … Read entire article »

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#Humor for #Writers – John Storywriter Son’s Achievement

#Humor for #Writers – John Storywriter Son’s Achievement

Humor for Writers – John Storywriter Son’s Achievement By Patricia de Hemricourt   John Storywriter returns home from a Parents’ Evening and says to his little boy, “You know I’m very pleased with you, Emmanuel.” “Why is that, daddy?” he asks. “Because your teacher has just told me that you have a very good English  vocabulary,” replies John. “What’s a vocabulary, daddy?” asks Emmanuel. More jokes for writers … Read entire article »

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Writing Is An Art

Writing Is An Art

Writing Is An Art By Patricia de Hemricourt Writing is an art, yet the word art does not necessarily evokes books, unless one speaks about art books. This being said, the process of writing literature implies creating a complex bridge between the emotional side, the rational mind and linguistic abilities, while respecting grammatical rules. As opposed to pictorial and sculptural art, where emotions are expressed directly through images and forms, the writer’s only tool is words, and these … Read entire article »

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#Humor for #Writers – John Storywriter’s Daughter

#Humor for #Writers – John Storywriter’s Daughter

Humor for Writers – John Storywriter’s Daughter By Patricia de Hemricourt Miriam, the wife of famous writer John Storywriter begins to notice that whenever her 5 year old daughter Lauren is asked her name, she answers, “I’m John Storywriter’s daughter.” So one day, just before bedtime, Miriam says to Lauren, “Darling, whenever anyone asks you what your name is, you must not say, ‘I’m John Storywriter’s daughter.’ Instead, you must proudly say, ‘my name is Lauren.’ Lauren is … Read entire article »

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An Old Murder Comes Unsolved by Elizabeth Buhmann

An Old Murder Comes Unsolved by Elizabeth Buhmann

An Old Murder Comes Unsolved by Elizabeth Buhmann repost from J.C. Martin   Elizabeth Buhmann’s debut novel, Lay Death at Her Door, has just been released by Red Adept Publishing. She is here today to tell us more about the book’s very intriguing story. An Old Murder Comes Unsolved by Elizabeth Buhmann Lay Death at Her Door is about an old murder that comes unsolved when the man who was convicted of it is exonerated. The fictional case is … Read entire article »

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