Writing

It’s easy to become confused choosing between the pronouns “I” or “me” when pairing them with another noun.  Consider this: Both of the sentences “Steve and I went to the game” and “Mom told Steve and me to stay at home” are correct. So what’s the difference? At some point, many of us were probably
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Clichés. From Lit Reactor, here’s one writer’s take on the plenitude of well-worn story ideas in the marketplace. For the most part, I agree with the author. However, I’ll first back up a bit and say that any one of these clichés can yield a stunning story. I’ll also say that some of my favorite
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