The Interjection and Your Writing

According to my favorite source for Grammatical information:

An interjection is a word that expresses emotion and has no grammatical relation to other words in the sentence.

Therefore, this will be a very short blog. Knowing that the interjection has absolutely no connection to anything – it is merely an EXPRESSION of EMOTION, and quite often followed by an exclamation point.

Damn! Well, that makes it easy, doesn’t it?

A nice easy blog entry to start off our week. I hope you are ready for Halloween if you live in the U.S., and if you don’t, well I hope you’re ready for All Saints Eve.

Enjoy this last week of October!

(For those of you doing NaNoWriMo, ENJOY the last bit of breathing room before the marathon begins!)

Until Next time,

~Mustang Patty~

Published by Mustang Patty

I am finally a full-time author, who writes legal thrillers, how-to- books, short stories, flash fiction, a tiny bit of poetry, and Blog posts. My published works include 'Guilty until Proven Innocent,' and 'Innocent for the Moment.' Both of these books are part of a trilogy called the Jill Adair Series. The third book will be available in late summer of 2020. I'm currently coordinating a Collection of works created by Artists during the Pandemic. The title of the book is '2020 Artists on LockDown Collection,' and it will be available for sale on Amazon.com in early September 2020. I'm also coordinating an Anthology of Short Stories called, '2020 Indie Authors Short Story Anthology.' This book will be available on Amazon.com on Black Friday, 2020 - just in time for holiday giving. I am married to my wonderful hubby of over 36 years, and I have two grown children, named Heather and Gregory. I've been blessed with two beautiful grandbabies, Heather Rose and Logan Ernest.

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