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  • Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Polis

    Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Polis

    I’m not having a high-level brain fart. I know I just posted Wummin on Monday, but for the last month or so, I’ve been toying with switching my posting days around. I usually post TiS on a Monday and a What I’m Reading post (when I have time to read) on a Friday. I chose […]

  • Author Journal 5th – 11th May 2022

    Author Journal 5th – 11th May 2022

    Wow. Wow. Wow. What a week last week turned out to be; I’m still reeling from it. I’ve got this weird detached feeling about it. It’s like this crazy combo of it was a year ago and that it was someone else’s experience. Basically, forgive the lack of detail about what occurred last week.

  • Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Wummin

    Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Wummin

    It’s the first TiS of May, so I thought I’d ease us in with a nice easy one. Here’s the snippet… (unedited first draft)

  • Author Journal 28th April – 4th May 2022

    Author Journal 28th April – 4th May 2022

    Have you ever set yourself a huge goal and then instantly regretted it? Yep, same here. With the goal I’d set myself last week, I was starting to have some serious doubts halfway through the first morning of the week.

  • Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Dinnae

    Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Dinnae

    This week’s word is super easy. I had a different word in mind for today, but the snippet was full of spoilers 😬 And, as I can’t search for just italics in Scrivener, I thought I’d cheat and go with a nice easy one. Here’s the snippet… (unedited first draft)

  • Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Eariwig

    Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Eariwig

    For the longest time, I had no idea that this week’s word wasn’t English. One of its meanings is the same as its English counterpart–earwig. But there is another meaning in Scots (and quite possibly Northumbrian), which you’ll find in the example below. Here’s the snippet… (unedited first draft)

  • Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Gie’s

    Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Gie’s

    After yesterday’s mammoth writing session, I was contemplating writing this post tomorrow to give my poor hands a break. But, I had a quick look through what I was writing over the last week, and today’s word jumped out at me. Here’s the snippet… (unedited first draft)

  • Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Sma

    Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Sma

    Hi everyone! Let’s start April off with a nice easy Scots word. There are a surprising amount of things today’s word means, but in the context of the snippet, the meaning I’m going for is obvious–well, I’m pretty confident that it is. Here’s the snippet… (unedited first draft)

  • Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Wean

    Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Wean

    This week’s word is another one that might require a pronunciation explainer. Last week I explained that ae sounds like the English ay in bay/say/hay. The ea in wean sounds exactly the same. Here’s the snippet… (unedited first draft)

  • Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Naewey

    Things in Scots: Running the Asset Edition – Naewey

    The spelling of this week’s word might make it a bit difficult to pronounce, as vowels in Scots don’t sound the same as they do in English. A good example is the word wash. In Scots, wash rhymes with rash/cash/mash. And onto today’s word. The letters ae sound like the ay you find in hay/bay/say, […]