Diana Beauchamp’s New Book ‘Homonyms’ is an Educative Compendium of Similar-Sounding Words in the English Vocabulary

Diana Beauchamp, a widow; dedicated writer; and member of the Civil Air Patrol, an auxiliary of the United States Air Force, has completed her most recent book “Homonyms”: an insightful compilation of homonyms—words that are different in spelling yet sound the same.
Diana writes, “I had fun writing this book. I would get started and then put it down, only to lose it and start over from the beginning.
I also found myself thinking about words I had heard and trying to find a sound alike that would be used. Not everything turned out; they either were wrong entirely or for spelling.
With the help of friends and family, I had some words repeated; but every now and then, a new word would come with a sound alike to follow. Soon I had a lot of words. It is interesting to find out and know the words and especially the meanings.
However, I also said to my family that once you start thinking about sound alike, it is hard to stop, especially when going to sleep at first. After a while, it was not hard to sleep.
I had a friend who said when she and her family first got to this country, she had trouble with the words ‘their,’ ‘there,’ and ‘they’re.’ All three of these words gave her trouble. She is not the only whom I have talked to that has had trouble.”
Published by Fulton Books, Diana Beauchamp’s book contains new and familiar homonyms in the English language that is useable in literature and traditional learning for young and old alike.
This book is the culmination of extensive research on the possible homonyms for every English word available.
Readers who wish to experience this astute work can purchase “Homonyms” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books