Prowling the Prose – Writing Terminologies

“People say jargon is a bad thing, but it’s really a shortcut vocabulary professionals use to understand one another.” – Erin McKean

Ah, here I am, the Whimsical Werecat, once again back on the prowl and ready to share my superior wisdom with you inferior humble World Wide Web Wanderers.

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For the curious creatures and longing learners, I have collected some gems from the over-inflated and often mind-muddling swamp of literary terminologies. Primarily, I have narrowed my focus on the jargon used by writing professionals that dwell in the fiction-writing circles.

So here you are little humans, I bring you today’s topic: WRITING TERMINOLOGIES. Enjoy!

prowling the prose writing terminologies

 

 

 

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