good bluesman. The bluesmen named King have all been very talented and good guitar players. The claim that a name can make a guitarist good may not be that far-fetched.Revision:What makes a good bluesman? Maybe, just maybe, it's all in a stately name. B.B. King. Freddie King. Albert King. It's no coincidence that they're the royalty of their genre. When their fingers dance like court jesters, their guitars gleam like scepters, and their voices bellow like regal trumpets, they seem almost like nobility. Hearing their music is like walking into the throne room. They really are kings.2. Vary sentence openings.If too many sentences start with the same word, especially The, It, This, or I, prose can grow tedious for readers, so changing opening words and phrases can be refreshing. Below are alternative openings for a fairly standard sentence. Notice that different beginnings can alter not only the structure but also the emphasis of the sentence. They may also require rephrasing in sentences before or after this one, meaning that one change could lead to an abundance of sentence variety.Example:The biggest coincidence that day happened when David and I ended up sitting next to each other at the Super Bowl.Possible Revisions:Coincidentally, David and I ended up sitting right next to each other at the Super Bowl.In an amazing coincidence, David and I ended up sitting next to each other at the Super Bowl.Sitting next to David at the Super Bowl was a tremendous coincidence.But the biggest coincidence that day happened when David and I ended up sitting next to each other at the Super Bowl.When I sat down at the Super Bowl, I realized that, by sheer coincidence, I was directly next to David.By sheer coincidence, I ended up sitting directly next to David at the Super Bowl.With over 50,000 fans at the Super Bowl, it took an incredible coincidence for me to end up sitting right next to David.