Google Wave Thanksgiving Giveaway Or "Pay It Forward"

Google Wave
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Hello there Studio Readers. Guess what? I have Google Wave invites. Are you interested? Send me an email on my Contact page and tell me why you want one and the email address to which you would like the invitation sent. First come, first served. Come on in – the water’s fine!

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Google Wave Thanksgiving Giveaway Or “Pay It Forward”

Google Wave
Image via Wikipedia

Hello there Studio Readers. Guess what? I have Google Wave invites. Are you interested? Send me an email on my Contact page and tell me why you want one and the email address to which you would like the invitation sent. First come, first served. Come on in – the water’s fine!

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Collection of On-Line Resources for Writers

Pens and their marks
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“I” before “e” except after “c.” Sometimes, one needs a little refresher course on usage and grammar and, yes, even spelling. If you qualify, then consider heading over to this comprehensive list of writing resources compiled by David Stoner at the Writing Workshop. Stoner includes general resources, rhetoric, style guides, grammar guides, dictionaries and lexicographic resources, genre-based resources, literary terms, mechanics, writers groups and much more. While some of the resources may not appeal to you and your particular writing style, there definitely is something for everyone here.

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