Sunday, November 20, 2011

How to Improve Writing Skills With Sentence Openers

Take the following plain sentence:

Louise rushed to the bathroom where she scrubbed her hands throughly.

And compare it to the same sentence, but preceded by a ‘nominative absolute’ as opener:

Hands trembling, Louise rushed to the bathroom where she
scrubbed her hands thoroughly.

Here’s another example:

Eyes narrowed, fists clenched, lips trembling, he waited in the dark.

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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Review of East of Tiffany's by Liu Lu

As a person who lives in New York City, the book East of Tiffany's has caught my attention since I first read the tittle. If you travel to the Upper East Side of Manhattan, you will find many fashionable people crossing the streets. Even though I have just read a few chapters of this book, I would like to recommend it to all my friends because of the interesting stories that are described in this book; it makes me think deeply about how to have a meaningful life.
The Upper East Side always attracts many successful and rich people to live there. People who want to succeed hope to learn how to find the winning path in their lives through the experience that successful people have accumulated during the process of their success. East of Tiffany's is a series of funny and warm stories about a successful banker, including his loved ones and beloved pet, and his other personal experiences of success.

There are some people who believe that people of quality treat everything with an unbending manner except themselves and their business. However, this book may change their minds by showing a totally different picture of successful people, which proves that they never stop loving and caring about their families, pets, and friends during their lives. I recommend this book to everyone who wants to learn about life, love, and work.