Sally Jadlow

Sally Jadlow writes historical fiction, inspirational articles, poetry, and short stories. She teaches the beginning writers for Kansas City Writers Group. Her books are available at https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B007F5H0H4

Amaryllis Beauty

I don’t know when Amaryllis are supposed to bloom, but mine let loose sometime around Easter. I think they look like trumpets. Maybe they’re announcing, “He is risen!” In any case, they are beautiful while they last. For a few days each year they fill the entry hall with all their glory. I’ll have to …

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Why Doesn’t Tock, Tick Sound Right to Our Ears?

A friend sent this to me. Hadn’t ever thought about this before. POSTED ON OCTOBER 10, 2019BY TODDE Ever wonder why we say tick-tock, bit tock-tick, or ding-dong, not dong-ding: King Kong, not Kong King? Turns out it is one of the unwritten rules of English that native speakers know without knowing. The rule, explained in a BBC …

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A Ride to Somewhere . . . and Other Stories

Mary-Lane Kamberg, co-leader of the Kansas City Writers Group put together a compilation of some of her snippets into a delightful book. It’s an easy read; one to pick up for a quick diversion in this busy time. Sally JadlowSally Jadlow writes historical fiction, inspirational articles, poetry, and short stories. She teaches the beginning writers …

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