Twitching with words: new article up today

I finally finished that article on what I call literary tics: that almost spasmodic kind of repetition that we all do in our writing without realizing it. Repetition can take the form of a word we use constantly, a way of crafting sentences that we repeat over and over, a plot element, or even a punctuation mark. Take a look!

And no, I haven’t forgotten about my secret project. I believe I promised that I would have more information in weeks rather than months. Well, despite the best sabotaging efforts of my perfectionist self, I might just get in under that self-imposed deadline. In fact, I hope to be back tomorrow with the big reveal.

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