~ tea time ~
~ making notes ~
~ for the reader ~
SIDE NOTE: I soooo want to write 'an' historical romance, but the editor who helped me polish my novel said 'a' not 'an' with 'h' words. My youngest (an Aussie like me ;) ) says 'a' historic, but I say 'an'. I think it's because I speak 'old Aussie' lol. I don't pronounce my 'h' clearly, whereas Kathleen does. We both say 'an' hour, though; and 'a' house, and... other stuff. ;) Ya gotta love the English language... How anyone learns to speak it, or read it, I don't know. ;)
What say you? 'ow do you say it? 'An' historical, or 'A' historical...?
(If replying to this particular question, please state what country you live in. :) I'm quite curious over the 'English' pronunciation and spelling of each country -- and will soon write a little blog about the Aussie/British spelling and American English.)
~ for the writer ~
I read this earlier today, and thought you, Dear Writer, might find it interesting, too.
The Essential Guide To Nailing Your Character's Appearance (plus a character sketch template) by Kristen Kieffer.
~ for the soul ~
~ Jesus said ~
~ matthew 5 ~
So... what's in your cup...?