Thursday, December 25, 2014

In his sites

Found online: In the process of tracking down a prowler, Reed and Malloy become the targets of a skilled assassin who gets Reed in his sites.

I think that would be sights.

Word game: I was reading a book of short stories and articles written by Isaac Asimov. He used the word insuperable twice in one story, and I had to look it up.

I found it on several web sites. Here are two definitions that are practically the same:

insuperable: impossible to solve or get control of : impossible to overcome

OR: incapable of being passed over, overcome, or surmounted

Found online: The Crimson have a good shot at making the NCAA tournament once again and making life miserable for whomever they draw in their first game.

I've pointed this out many times; it should be whoever.

Links: On my web siteI have links to some of my stories online.

Editorial group: If you're a writer, editor or general freelancer, you might check out my Freelance Writers and Editors group on Yahoo! We've been really active lately, and I think we've become useful to each other.

Writers' guidelines: If you want to write for magazines (or book publishers), check out the writers' guidelines on my Freelance Writers and Editors group on Yahoo!

Followers: Welcome to all the followers on this blog. May the Force be with you.

Check it out: You might look at Funds for Writers, which specializes in grants for writers.

 You can reach me at or nc3022@yahoo.comAlso, my Twitter handle is EDITORatWORK.

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