Make Your Words do the Work

I danced with my daddy at my debutante ball in 1975. Being Baptists, I’m afraid we didn’t do much more than step on each other’s feet.

If I were a beginning writer, I might write the following about that evening:

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One Response to Make Your Words do the Work

  1. Roslyn Rice says:

    Great advice, I love learning how to use “juicy” words to make my writing come alive.