Who knew there were so many ways to describe eyebrows?

Writers, that’s who.Bitmoji LOLIn case you missed the post about 700 eyebrows…

700+ Ways to Describe Eyebrows: A Word List for Writers  

Get any tips for describing this?

pierced eyebrow

What did you come up with?

How would you describe this guy’s eyes?

Here is my try…

His overgrown eyebrows diminished his dark eyes. He would’ve benefited more from a bit of tweezing than the silver piercing lodged amid his bushy brow.

Now your turn. Leave your description in the comments section. Have fun.

To check out Kathy Steinemann’s Writer’s Lexicon, on her author page at Amazon.com 

 

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Writers, look at the apps I found

Wow! I’ve found another list of apps to help us.

Last week I wrote a post with a lot of helpful apps for writers. Then today I read a terrific article with ten more. Of the ten, I’m familiar with just two!

That’s right eight new apps! 

 

I don’t know about you, but I get excited when I learn about new tools that make my life easier. Whether it’s a light-weight vacuum, a new grill, a beautiful pen, or a new app for writers. Anything that helps my writing, keeps me organized, and on track, is alright with me. 

The two I’ve used before…

The apps from this list I’ve added to my writing aides file are…

  • Piktochart. This looks terrific for PowerPoint presentations, newsletters and graphs.
  • BibMe. I don’t do a lot of bibliographies, but you never know when I might.

Click on the link below and read Derek’s complete list!

Now tell me, which ones are new to you?

Did any of his app list look interesting?

Leave me a comment and share your picks. 

Ten Must-Have Online Writing Tools For Writers By Derek Haines 

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