Layer story's imagery with symbolic meaning
Client publishes her first novel, set in Africa

Everywhere a sign and a line: Cue vs. queue

Seeing this People-431943_1920error in a few writers’ manuscripts indicates the need for an entry about these two similar-sounding words.

Cue can be either a noun or a verb for a signal to do something: The teacher’s nod was Annie’s cue to begin her presentation.

Queue can be either a noun or a verb for lining up: The students got into a queue for lunch.

The line of writers mixing up these two words now should be a lot shorter!

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