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9 Responses to “Cialis For Sale”

Good ideas thanks

Comment by Linky on June 6, 2011 at 7:23 pm

This is my first foray into an online writing group, but I had to point out the grammar error in the above subheading Here’s 7 Ways…

maybe say: Here are 7 ways or Here is a list of 7 ways…

The jolt of bad grammar on a writing website is like a rut on an otherwise lovely country road.

Also, using "I am as frazzled as…" is a simile, not a metaphor.

Metaphor is more like:
Bad grammar on a writing website is an upturned nail on an unpaved road. (metaphor)

Comment by P.G. Kurz on June 9, 2011 at 5:42 pm

Great suggestions. I especially like this one: 6) Re-define all general benefits in your introduction, “tell and sell,” or sales letter. Instead of saying, “Read my book and live life well,” make your benefit more specific such as “Read my book and your life will look like….” Or, “Read my book and your life will feel like….” Though I do use metaphors in my books, I had never thought of using metaphors deliberately in other areas of writing. Thanks for sharing.
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Comment by successbmine on June 9, 2011 at 6:19 pm

Dear Judy:

I am new to this group, so I am risking your wrath with my first post, but in this context, I feel it is important.

The subheading "Here's 7 ways" should read: Here are 7 ways or Here is a list of 7 ways…

Your above list of of "metaphor starters" are actually similies. Similies compare (using like and as) —
I am as frantic as… etc.

(Here is a somewhat pedestrian metaphor and not simile)
On the road to clear communication, careless grammar will flatten the finest prose.

My intention is to educate, not demean, so please accept this comment in the best possible way.

P.G. Kurz

Comment by P.G. Kurz on June 10, 2011 at 4:00 am

Hi Successbmine, Most authors forget to spice up their promotional copy, such as the book sales letter. I wonder what your write?

Comment by Judy Cullins on June 28, 2011 at 6:49 am

Dear PG,

Thanks for the feedback. I know you meant well. But, I write for online readers and it's much more casual than old, strict grammar rules. Contractions are fine for business purposes. As for Metaphors-that is the umbrella statement for all metaphors including similies, so nothing wrong here. A matter of background, I think.

Comment by Judy Cullins on June 28, 2011 at 6:53 am

Hi P.G. Thanks for leaving your comment. I did respond, but it disappeared. Here's is the contraction we all use in our every day lives and business. Maybe not a grammar teacher's choice. And the word "metaphor" is the umbella word for similes and others in this category, so it's fine to use. I do know that simile is I'm as fazzled as a …. You got it!

Comment by Judy Cullins on June 30, 2011 at 11:42 am

Judy:

Sorry for not responding to your comment before now. My computer crashed after I posted my comment and I just got it up and running yesterday.

You asked what I write. I guess I would have to say mixed-genre. I have written a women's Christian inspirational novel, teaching books on biblical topics, children's books, and other 'stuff' in between. Nothing, except my web sites, is yet published. To get a little idea of my writing style, check out my web site in what is probably your 'very spare' time. It will take a few days for me to get back into the groove, so I may not have anything new posted for a couple of days, but there is a good variety for different tastes.

Comment by Diane Stephenson on August 2, 2011 at 9:18 am

Hi Diane, I too have been without a computer for a week .Why? My office and surroundings all remodeled with paint and diagonal shaped 16" tiles. It's beautiful now! The more I coach people like you, the more rewards come our ways. Sure hope you are looking into SM marketing for your writing!

Comment by Judy Cullins on August 3, 2011 at 1:57 pm

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