The Curse of the Law

Oxymoron- a combination of words that have opposite or very different meanings http://grammar.about.com/od/rhetoricstyle/a/100-Awfully-Good-Examples-Of-Oxymorons.htm www.makealivingwriting.com -lists several sites where you may find a paid writing job. Writing Prompt-In any form you like, write about what makes you truly thankful. Then share it with someone. The ten commandments were written by the finger of God on two stone tablets and […]

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The Heavens Declare

Unreliable Narrator-a literary device where the person telling the story cannot be trusted-either because of ignorance or self-interest. Their information is often filled with bias and /or lies. Works with these type of narrators include Wuthering Heights and Gulliver. WritingFix.com is a great website to discover interactive writing prompts and lessons for the young at […]

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Passion in Point of View

Pathos-identifying with someone's values, beliefs, understandings. In writing an author may use vivid language with numerous sensory details to persuade the audience to see his or her point of view. Faithwriters is a fantastic website to visit. While there you can read many wonderful articles, short stories,poems, songs and essays. If you're interested you can critique others or have your […]

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