When her brother killed her parents, Erin’s life changed, and her marriage disintegrated. Her husband, Matt, an FBI agent, had done his duty and arrested Stuart, but she’d been too caught up in her own grief to allow him to help her move through the pain.
Now Matt is back but not to attempt reconciliation. Stuart has escaped prison and wants Erin dead. Matt will protect her whatever it takes, but Stuart is a desperate man and won’t be stopped easily.
Matt and Erin battle to stay alive while trying to put the pieces of their destroyed lives back together.
We’ve talked here before about writing styles, and also about Styles in writing. But I don’t think we’ve talked yet about different big-picture styles of writing – different formats, if you will – for conveying your ideas to someone else. So let’s nail this down.
Let’s say you want to write a business letter. I learned way back in my high school typing class (yes, in fact, it was called “typing” then, not “keyboarding” – and I thought I told you to stay off my lawn!) that a business letter has a specific format. Your address goes at the top, either centered or right-justified; then you double-space and put the date, centered; then triple-space and type the name and address for the person you’re sending the letter to; and so on. A variation on this is the open punctuation business letter, which I’d never heard of until my fellow minion, T.D. McKinnon, mentioned it last week. Continue reading “What, Exactly, Are You Writing?”