Dennis Mathis, Shelly Lowenkopf, Talking Heads, Ten Ways Writers Confuse Readers, TFS, Writing

Ten Ways Writers Confuse Their Readers-Part II

How many ways are there to confuse a reader? I don't know because the reader will throw the book down when the writing bores or frustrates them to death.A couple of days ago I posted how writers confuse their readers. Here are five more, three from Dennis Mathis-Editor and two from my writing instructor Shelly Lowenkopf.6. Negative… Continue reading Ten Ways Writers Confuse Their Readers-Part II

Amada Irma Perez, Dennis Mathis, Sandra Cisneros, Ten Ways Writers Confuse Readers

Ten Ways Writers Confuse Their Readers-Part I

Have you ever ended up finding something better than what you were looking for? Happened to me today and I'm glad it did. It started out with the desire to locate one notebook. My old faux Queen Anne end table sits next to my writing desk. It's my writing storage area where old notebooks, binders, clipped articles,… Continue reading Ten Ways Writers Confuse Their Readers-Part I