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Buy As Gift. Overview Just what every writer needs -- a guide to word usage with attitude. Some will say humor, too, but nearly everyone agrees on "attitude.
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It stemmed from a conversation with a fellow author, who suggested — none too gently — that Word Watch quit griping about words being misused by writers and do something about it. So, here it is: An attempt to share a lifetime of word usage scrutiny and a journalistic career of picky editing. Then click on the capitalized link or links associated with it to go to that discussion. Product Details About the Author. About the Author When Patricia sheds her Word Watch cape, she is the author of 29 published novels with more on their way, past president of the international writers group Novelists, Inc.
Her novels — cited by reviewers for warmth, wit and vivid characterization — have topped best-seller lists and won numerous awards. She has spoken about writing from Honolulu to Washington, D. She teaches fiction writing classes as the spirit moves her in Northern Kentucky.
She was a sports writer Rockford, Ill. She is now a full-time novelist, as well as an ongoing word-watcher. Average Review. Write a Review. Related Searches.