As a small child, verbs, nouns, and consonants teased Word Tips and Tricks. We was bullied.
‘You’ll never be a chapter,’ they’d yell and steal my best paragraphs.
‘You’ll never make it as a paragraph,’ they’d laugh and steal my best sentences. The ones I’d been saving.
In the end, all that left for WTT was to be a footnote.
Footnotes are a bit like bees, full-backs, and salad dressing. Only missed when gone.
Actually, there’s a lot to love in footnotes.
They’re humble, useful, and don’t get in the way.
What? You’d like to create one?
Well, friend, here’s how.