Archive for the ‘writing rules’ Category

Hold The Phone!

Posted: 28th October 2017 by Robyn Jane in Blogging, History, writing rules
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Ignore my previous post. My banking issues have been resolved, I’ve paid my bill, and the domain is saved! That almost sounds like the plot for a fairy tale: the princess paid her taxes, thus saving her domain. If I haven’t done so already, allow me to share Robyn’s First Rule of Computing with you: […]

It’s such a weird beverage

Posted: 11th June 2016 by Robyn Jane in writing rules

Coffee. It’s the weirdest beverage I’ve ever had. Let me explain: I can pour myself a cup of fresh-brewed, piping hot coffee, add a specific ratio of sweetener and creamer, take a few sips, and then set it down next to me, while I get so engrossed in my next blog post that I forget […]

Improve Your Writing Skills

Posted: 20th November 2015 by Robyn Jane in Blogging, writing, writing rules, writing tools

Not that mine are perfect, mind you. But spending time on the Internet shows just how semi-literate so many netizens simply don’t have even a basic command of the English language. So I offer the following: Source:

Come Along For The Ride…

Posted: 28th December 2014 by Robyn Jane in Blogging, writing, writing rules, writing tools

…and let’s see where we go.  I did say this is about writing, remember?  I wish there were a secret formula to writing, but if there is, I haven’t found it yet.  Well, that’s not true: I have found the secret formula, but it’s not what I wanted, and so for most of my life, […]

Why Do We Write?

Posted: 23rd December 2014 by Robyn Jane in Blogging, writing, writing rules

Ever ask yourself why you write?  I’d be interested in your reasons.  Of course, to be fair, I’d have to tell you some of my reasons for writing. For me, it all comes down to a matter of survival.  I’m not very articulate when it comes to speaking; I can’t always find the right words […]