A Writer's Glossary - Sort of 6/29/09

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A Writer's Glossary - Sort of 6/29/09

Post by Writetrack » Sun Jun 28, 2009 8:47 pm

Glenn is in rare form this week. A fun form. Although, I will say, at the end he drives home a point that is sometimes not fun. It centers around a writer's lonliness. Or maybe "solitude" is a better word.

Anyway, check out Glenn's glossary. It's very clever, and although Glenn's articles are always great, this one is a fun change from the norm.

Here is the first couple of paragraphs to whet your appetite:


I have to admit being a bit giddy this week. Not sure exactly why, but the results are more for your amusement and ultimate edification than anything.

What follows is a very tongue in cheek glossary of writing terms I've put together for you (feel free to refer to them often).


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