As Christian writers, our goal is to impact the world for Christ through our written words. That’s something Capital Christian Writers Fellowship has been passionate ….
Month: September 2021
“No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader.” –Robert Frost
The Associated Press insists on the two-letter spelling. The Chicago Manual of Style says either spelling is okay, but that the “okay” spelling looks more ….
My take? “Irregardless” is not a word that should ever be used in the narrative text. I do concede that it could be just fine ….
Perhaps ironically, Alanis Morissette’s song entitled “Isn’t it Ironic?” has little to do with irony. Irony has several meanings, all of which include some type ….
“Into” and “in to” are two distinct words and phrases, but they’re often used almost interchangeably, even though they shouldn’t be. “Into” is a single ….
Something ingenious shows intellectual creativity, cleverness, and inventiveness. If someone compares you to Albert Einstein, he is implying that you, too, are ingenious. Someone who ….
“Get it down. Take chances. It may be bad, but it’s the only way you can do anything really good.” ~William Faulkner
Incredible describes something you can’t believe because it’s so right, like an incredible double rainbow. Incredulous describes how you feel when you can’t believe something ….
The phrase en route which means “on or along the way” is borrowed from the French and has been in common use in English since ….