The Capricious Comma Returns!

Last year, two posts about the proper use of punctuation marks appeared here and here at Song. In the second article this author discussed the correct exercise of commas. The dissertation went on for so long that she needed to stop before wearing herself and her readers out. A promise was made to return to … Continue reading The Capricious Comma Returns!

The 3 Responsibilities All Authors Ought to Keep in Mind

Upon declaring her intention to become a published author someday, one of the questions that this writer always hoped/expected to be asked as a young girl was: “Why do you want to be a writer?” It was a bit disappointing when that question never came – not in the way this author expected or wanted … Continue reading The 3 Responsibilities All Authors Ought to Keep in Mind

Worlds in Miniature – Reflections to Inspire

In his book, The Romance of Religion, Fr. Dwight Longenecker recounts an insight he had during one of his bus rides at the beginning of first grade. Apparently he had a Mickey Mouse lunch box which, naturally, had been painted to show Mickey and his friends going to school. On closer inspection, however, Father realized … Continue reading Worlds in Miniature – Reflections to Inspire