"Fiction is the purest art. Commercial fiction is the butter, the darkest chocolate, and the finest malt. That's why we are so addicted to it."--Angie Brooksby-Arcangioli
Wow, I loved the idea of autocorrecting a misspell on purpose. I'd also never have thought to do character names that way. That's pretty awesome. Thanks for the link!
LOL! The first thing I did upon completing an actual MS-whole book- was search function for "just." Actually, it was more a search and destroy function. Actually, "actually" was right after "just".
I have to take some time to absorb those posts, because I'm normally hopeless with tech stuff.Definitely bookmarked.
Brilliant! I can plug in all my garbage words and they'll shout at me immediately. May make for a tighter first draft.Thanks for passing this along.Lu
I just love this.Ooops. I mean, I NO, NO, NO love this.
Thanks everyone, I'm glad you liked it!
OK I'm following his blog now. How can I not, after both autocorrect AND Greek history hilarity?Hmmm... spellcheck NO! No! No! underlined "autocorrect"--and it NO! NO! NO! underlined "spellcheck," too!
So cool. And smart.
That technique could lead to some interesting results if you forgot to fix those replacements before showing your critique group....
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