Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Writting Drivel

Drivel in writing is the stringing of an endless chain of meaningless words in a manner that appears to have significance, when in fact no real pertinence exists.

Taking one, two, or three pages to describe a cactus in the morning sunrise is an example. Always remember your reader is not stupid. If they were would they be reading your book?

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