Category: Kathryn A. Frazier

Hidden Passive verb forms

There is a simple way to tell if a verb is passive or active: Find the subject of your sentence. Does the subject do the action of the verb? If so, the verb and the sentence is active. But if the subject receives the action, the verb and sentence is passive.
Easy-peasy lemon squeezy!

Passover during a pandemic and free haggadah for you

People of faith are not immune to Covid-19, and we are not immune to the psychological effects of living in prolonged crisis. Holidays always seem to intensify our feelings. But they can also intensify our faith. This may be the first Passover that some of us have spent without our congregations, our extended families, or friends, but we know that we are not alone. We are united in spirit with all people of faith–past, present, and future–who endure hardship. And our Father God walks with us in this journey.

Free Snowflake Pro Novel-Writing Software

“Blessed are You, LORD our God, King of the Universe, who has kept us in life and enabled us to reach this day.” – Traditional prayer upon reaching a significant day. Hi Writer Peeps! Whew! We made it! I know it’s cliché, but it… Continue Reading “Free Snowflake Pro Novel-Writing Software”

Recommended Summer Reads

My recommended summer reading list. I don’t get paid to recommend these. They’re just books I like: Sci-fi, Christian, nonreligious, biography, spirituality. What books do you recommend?

The N-word: Is it ever OK to say? Plus NaNoWriMo editing update

Hola, Writer Peeps! What do you think? Can I say the N-word and other “bad” words in a historical context? Or are some words just not acceptable ever? As an example of non-acceptance, my husband Frazierhead and I went to a family’s home for… Continue Reading “The N-word: Is it ever OK to say? Plus NaNoWriMo editing update”

This year, I’m all about Christmas!

Our lives have settled back into a routine and we’re ready to open up and accept the joy of the Christmas season again. This year, we’re celebrating along with the angels of God, saying, “Glory to God in the highest, And on earth peace, goodwill toward men!” (Luke 2:14)

Light Shines in the Darkness

I’m awestruck to think that the Light of the World, the Creator of the ends of the Earth, willingly gave up his position in heaven and confined himself to the darkness of the womb for nine months.

Half Off Copyedits for NaNoWriMo Winners

As a little bonus incentive, I’m offering a limited number of NaNoWriMo 2018 winners a discount on copyediting your new novel. I’ll give you time to flesh it out and clean it up first so the discount will be applied in 2019.  

Do you believe in ghosts?

Do you believe in ghosts? Have you ever encountered one personally? The topic of the souls of the dead reaching out to the living is one that has been debated probably as long as people have left behind grieving loved ones. The linked article explores the subject of ghosts from a Biblical and Church history point of view. 

7 Non-Partisan Voting Tips

For those of you waiting for November 6th, I offer these non-partisan voting tips that come from many years of experience. I hope they help to clarify your choices. We’re all in this together.

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Kristen Lamb

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