Tag Archive: writing

Linguistic Evolution

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Well, it would appear that Google is going to put freelancers like me right out of business:

Who needs those pesky “letters” anyway? Let’s just speak in Emoji from now on. It is, after all, the next phase in linguistic development.

(Note today’s date before you take this too seriously.)

H/T Language Log

Why Knitting?

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Some of you may be curious why I would mention some of the more personal aspects of my life on this blog. “Why on earth,” you may ask, “would you blog about motherhood and knitting? And I understand how you are powered by coffee, but good books? How is that possible?”

Excellent questions. After all, I am a commercial writer, not a fiction writer (at least, not a publishing fiction writer). There’s really no reason for me to get so personal, is there?

Except that there is. (more…)

On Adventure

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“Let us step into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure.

— J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

I have been fortunate in my lifetime to have many adventures.

Not all of my adventures are extraordinary. Some, in fact, have been quite small.

The first time I knitted a sock was an adventure. (more…)