zany: Some writers are a little bit, well yanno, cuckoo, zany. *feels people staring* Uh, er, sometimes I've been a little craazzy. Uh-huh.
Zebra: Now I know you are wonderin' what this has to do with my theme of writing. I'm sure one time that a writer has ridden a zebra. *rubs hands together*
Zero: The amount of money prepubbed writers earn. *sobs* (Also zilch) *bawls*
Zest: The thing writers have for their lovely words.
Zing: Writers add this to their precious stories during revision # 543. *wonders why I couldn't have thought about it on revision #2.* *kicks chair*
Zits: Uh, some writers get these. Hmmm, I wonder if it's all the chocolate. Naaaaa
Zoo: What writers live in sometimes. *wink*
ZZZZZZ: "Robyn, wake-up."
"I had the wildest dream. I was traveling through the alphabet, from A to Z. Oh well, back to work." *wink*
I'll leave you with a couple more quotes.Thanks for reading and following to all my writerly friends. *throws kisses*
"Dear Mister Language Person: I am curious about the expression, "Part of this complete breakfast". The way it comes up is, my 5-year-old will be watching TV cartoon shows in the morning, and they'll show a commercial for a children's compressed breakfast compound such as "Froot Loops" or "Lucky Charms", and they always show it sitting on a table next to some actual food such as eggs, and the announcer always says: "Part of this complete breakfast". Don't that really mean, "Adjacent to this complete breakfast", or "On the same table as this complete breakfast"? And couldn't they make essentially the same claim if, instead of Froot Loops, they put a can of shaving cream there, or a dead bat? Answer: Yes." -Dave Barry, Tips for Writer's
"Start early and work hard. A writer's apprenticeship usually involves writing a million words (which are then discarded) before he's almost ready to begin. That takes a while." -David Eddings
"Read, read, read. Read everything—trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it. Just like a carpenter who works as an apprentice and studies the most. Read! You'll absorb it. Then write. If it is good, you'll find out. If it's not, throw it out the window." -William FaulknerIeWillsuchas eggs, and