A Word of Welcome


This February we are proud to announce that a number of new subscribers have joined our website!  Thank you, for spending time with us!  We welcome and appreciate your interest, as well as those who have previously subscribed to our postings.  We have committed to providing a reliable resource for learning about the nature of words: including the way they sound; what they mean; and their usage, in the English language.

We also strive to entertain our visitors with various forms of writing, and story-telling; to spark imagination, reflection, as well as encourage creative thought and expression.  While we do have a working agenda we are pursuing; we are always open to suggestions, and requests for other aspects of the language to explore, if there is enough interest for it.

Currently our skill sets are more fully developed in the areas editing, research, and writing; than they are in coding, or website design.  So we’re still evolving, and sorting our way through the mechanics of many features available to communicate, and share information with you; and all who visit us.

We recognize, and understand the need for a seamless process for sharing with, and updating subscribers.  In order to address this concern, we have asked staff contributor Wildopher Sansflaw, to prepare a newsletter to introduce the features of our website for our subscribers; and provide a contact person for subscriber questions, concerns, or comments.  You can reach Wil at wils@forgottenlore.com.

For this reason, and other format changes which are in progress, we ask for your patience, and understanding, as our site continues its’ development.  In the meantime, we shall continue adding information about our discoveries in grasping the English language.  See:  They Say for more information.

We shall also discuss how we find them being used, and ways people employ them; to help people understand one another better, and communicate our thoughts, ideas, and beliefs more effectively.  See:   Is It? to learn more.

Our featured presentation “A Word About A Story” will continue, at least through the end of the month.  We again thank all who have subscribed to the site.  We shall continue to do our best to remain worthy of the time you choose to spend with us.

Respectfully Yours,

J. A. Stubbs, Editor-In-Chief

Forgotten Lore Publishing, llc