Writing Lessons from a Jock

Here’s some writing lessons I learned this summer. Enjoy!

The Word Chiropractor

I got a new book today and I am so excited to devour it! Enter To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee.

I’ve been wanting to read this book for a while – it’s been the book I think of when I say to myself “I need to read some classics!” Last week while driving home I heard on the radio about Go Set a Watchman, Harper Lee’s first book to be published since this one, written before this came out in 1960, but functioning as this book’s sequel-before-the-first-was-written (technically making To Kill a Mockingbird a prequel, a feat that even George Lucas himself would have trouble topping).

I figured I needed to get cracking, so I found the mass market paperback for five bucks with Amazon Prime (with eleven bucks conveniently in my checking account), and the deal was made.

I’ve been trying (miserably) to read more; I…

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