Thank you so very much for Aunty Acid, Story Reading Ape! We all can use a laugh! It feels good and I’m sharing the smiles!
Thank you so very much for your Monday Funnies, TSRA! I found these memes so hilarious. I had a great laugh!
Thanks so much, Story Reading Ape, for another set of hysterical Monday Funnies. I had a good laugh with those.
The Story Reading Ape makes us giggle with his Halloween themed Monday Funnies. Thanks so much for the smiles!
On ‘The Story Reading Ape’s’ blog I found the link to a fascinating and very educational article concerning self-publishing and PR for self-published writers. Thank you so much Helen Baggott!
on Self Publishing Advice:
PR can feel like a mystery to writers. It’s done by experts and those in the field or the industry. But author member, Helen Baggott is here to remove the mystery and tell us how we can DIY PR as indie authors.
When I talk to other authors about their marketing strategy, how they plan to recoup their costs, I tell them, ‘No one will knock on your door and ask if you’ve written a book’. Authors have to reach out to readers.
Thank you so much, Furry Friend, for the giggles! I thought, taking your ‘Monday Funnies’ over to my blog and publishing them on a Saturday would be too much. I’m generally late with them, but today I had to give it another title. Forgive me.
The Story Reading Ape makes us giggle with his Monday Funnies and Aunty Acid. Thanks so much for the laughter, Chris – even on a Wednesday. ❤
Oh yes, The Story Reading Ape’s “Monday Funnies” with Aunty Acid. As usually, not on a Monday… However, thanks for the giggles, Chris! 😀
Aunty Acid is back!! Thanks so much for your Monday Funnies, TSRA. We enjoy your humor – and Aunty Acid. 😀
On The Story Reading Ape’s blog, I found an excellent post, taking me to a phenomenal page, ‘Writing Explained’. TSRA recommends us to bookmark that page – and I did! Thank you very much for all the great findings and your hard work to support us authors!
Let’s face it, English can be a confusing language at times. There are hundreds of confusing words in English: words that are separated by just one or two letters or words that sound exactly alike when you say them out loud but have completely different meanings.
That is why I have created this list of commonly confused words with detailed explanations on all of their uses and differences. I have done my best to make my explanations in everyday English so that anyone and everyone reading these posts will be able to easily understand.