Yes, I know, the handwriting in the photo isn’t the best, but that’s because I wrote these notes for my book while standing up in the shower.
Why would I do that?
Well, haven’t you ever had a great thought strike you when you’re all wet?
And then you’ve forgotten that brilliant idea by the time you got out?
In fact, I’ve had too many ideas for my writing go down the drain, so this is the solution I found — waterproof paper.
It absolutely works!
What’s that, you ask?
Nope, the pencil lead does not smear at all.
P.S. My handwriting has gotten better.
Now I can read it.
Adverb happily played his part in sentences until we turned on him
Once upon a time, there was a happy place called WordLand, where the various parts of speech would leave their village to frolic in Keyboard Meadow, joyously helping fiction authors tell their stories.
That is, they were happy until Great King Stephen rode up on his mighty steed — On Scribbling — and thrust his lance at the throng, pointing in turn at Verb, Noun, Adjective, Pronoun, Preposition, Conjunction and Interjection.
“What is wrong with you? Why do you form yourselves into sentences with that despicable wretch, the abomination of good StoryTelling?”