I LOVED your golfing story. Read every word. You're a wonderful writer. (Peter Bowerman, the Well-Fed Writer)
Big Things rule! ... and the video of the Airbus is great. (Jim McDonald, Birmingham, UK)
Having enjoyed reading your biographical, They can't take that away from me... I would love to post your article (for my) course for seniors entitled Autobiography and Journaling ... and let them read your article as a good example of what I call the reader's writer, clearly expressed and easy to read. (Howell)
The French language has always appealed to me ... so I enjoyed Lavinia's experiences en France! (Di Sullivan, Perth, Australia)
I am an American and an expat here since 1990. I have been a subscriber to Writing Tip for a few years now and look forward to the Friday editions. I archive by creating topics of the tips relevant to me and often refer. (Mary, Lagos, Nigeria)
Who said Aussies would bet on two flies crawling up a wall? Now I know better! (Bill Denham, Chicago, USA)
I enjoy reading your page every week, Jennifer, it's never boring and there's always something to bring a smile to my face! (Kenny Dima, Tenerife, Spain)
Thanks for pitching in to help clarify the English Language for and with us. (Paul, Portland, USA)
Your story about the evil glasses made my day :) (Edith, Derbyshire, UK)
I enjoy your letter and use it in my advanced writing class here in China. (Bugs, Shenzhen, CHINA)
I always look forward to your Latin quote of the week. (Paul, Mexico City, Mexico)
Aah! Those evil marionettes are everywhere! Thanks for another great laugh! (Jim Fraser, Vancouver, Canada)
Your remarks regarding the alien contact had me in stitches, figuratively speaking, of course. (Dave Wagner, Sacramento, US)
The best part of the missive is the introduction to Australian humour and expressions. (Chaska, Prince Edward County, CANADA)
Like your site...very inspirational when you get writer's block like me! (Peter, Seoul, South Korea)
Nice letter, I was using google for once, twice, thrice and quince, and found this page, great ;) (Marv, Zwolle, NETHERLANDS)
One of the most amusing and erudite newsletters that makes my day. Keep going. (David Vasnaik, Bangalore, INDIA)
Great newsletter - originally found this site after searching for clarification on a contentious point amongst work colleagues. Just had to look at old issues and now look forward to Fridays (Juliet Wallace, Manchester, ENGLAND)
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