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The Official Clive Barker Resource - Revelations - Writing Style The Official Clive Barker Resource - Revelations - Writing Style "People often ask me what advice I have for writers, and I reply that the most important responsibility I believe a writer has is to his or her personal truth. Don't be misled by the best seller lists. Just do what feels true to you. Speak your heart, however strange or revelatory it is.
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When you want a character to sound pretentious, nothing beats a nice turn of French. Somehow, American writers (and readers) associate all things French with money, pretense, and culture. It’s quite the mix of responses, a “love-hate” relationship with France. If you want a character with class, or one completely without class, French is a wonderful tool. affaire de coeur - love affair au contraire - to the contrary Guide for Writers: French Phrases

Guide for Writers: French Phrases

List of forms of word play List of forms of word play This is a list of techniques used in word play with Wikipedia articles. Technique that involve the phonetic values of words Mondegreen: a mishearing (usually unintentional) ase as a homophone or near-homophone that has as a result acquired a new meaning. The term is often used to refer specifically to mishearings of song lyrics (cf. soramimi).Onomatopoeia: a word or a grouping of words that imitates the sound it is describingRhyme: a repetition of identical or similar sounds in two or more different words Alliteration: matching consonants sounds at the beginning of wordsAssonance: matching vowel soundsConsonance: matching consonant soundsHolorime: a rhyme that encompasses an entire line or phraseSpoonerism: a switch of two sounds in two different words (cf. sananmuunnos)

The 10 Types of Writers' Block (and How to Overcome Them)

SExpand Writer's Block. It sounds like a fearsome condition, a creative blockage. The end of invention. But what is it, really? The 10 Types of Writers' Block (and How to Overcome Them)
It's their ways to detain, their ways to disgrace, their knee in your balls and their fist in your face. Yes and long live the state by whoever it's made, sir, I didn't see nothing, I was just getting home late. - Leonard Cohen On August 5, 1996, Usenet groups were spammed by messages of seemingly random word strings, "sometimes numbering in the thousands in a single posting," under the subject line "Markovian Parallax Denigrate": jitterbugging McKinley Abe break Newtonian inferringcaw update Cohen air collaborate ruesportswriting rococo invocate tousle shadflowerDebby Stirling pathogenesis escritoire adventitious novoITT most chairperson Dwight Hertzog differentpinpoint dunk McKinley pendant firelight Uranusepisodic medicine ditty craggy flogging variacbrotherhood Webb impromptu file countenance inheritancecohesion refrigerate morphine napkin inland Janeironameable yearbook hark.... I imagine that night the data stream must have been thick with reports of Usenet abuse. Markovian Parallax Denigrate Markovian Parallax Denigrate
Achtung! The Swedish Rhapsody Numbers Station