Friday, April 22, 2011

Friday Blog Hop

For Elizabeth Sharp one of the most useful tool in my writing arsenal is Urban dictionary. What is your most referred to website for your writing?

I google everything, getting info mainly from wikipedia. Any other info I may need to know I get from my collection of dictionaries (English, Latin, German, French) to add to my more diversified style.

1) Follow this blog.
2) Follow Elizabeth Sharp, the host of this hop
3) Follow the featured author of the week.
4) Go to Sharp words and copy the image code found there and paste it in your blog. Add your name to the link at the bottom of the post while you are there.
5) Copy and paste the rules in your blog, as well as this week’s question.
6) Answer the question
7) Follow, follow, follow. This is about networking, people, making connections with people in your community. So talk to us. We don't bite! This post serves as a perfect place for you to say hello!
8) If someone stops by, says hi and follows you, the polite thing to do is follow back.
9) Comment here and introduce yourself and you just might find a new follower or two.


  1. I agree I still use real books too. I love going to the library to research. It brings me an inner peace of sorts to be surrounded by books.

  2. I know what you mean about an inner peace being surrounded by books. It's kind of like classical music in that it can calm and soothe your spirit, or it can inspire and charge it up.

  3. Thanks so much for the follow! I am only too happy to return the favor.

  4. I google everything too. And Wikipedia is usually my starting place for basic information on a topic. But nothing beats books at the library and hands on experience for research.