Tightly Plotted or Loosey Goosey?

Even if you are a pantser instead of a plotter, at some point, if you write a story, you’re going to end up with a ‘plot.’ You need to make sure that the plot is tight and that each scene has a purpose, or you will come up with what some editors like to call Read more about Tightly Plotted or Loosey Goosey?[…]

I before e … unless you really mean e.g.

Tucked away in the corner of my library, not far from the yearbooks, are my Latin books. I have a copy of Virgil’s Aeneid, Cicero’s Orations Against Catiline, and a little book of lyric poetry by Catullus and Horace. The poetry is especially close to my heart, but all of it brings back pleasant memories. Read more about I before e … unless you really mean e.g.[…]