Diagnosing a REAL Writer: Do You Have Terminological Inexactitude Syndrome? – Written By Kristen Lamb

Another excellently educating and humorous blog post by Kristen Lamb. You’re the best Kristen!


Being a writer is the best job in the world, aside from those fortunate enough to be paid to pet kittens or sample new ice cream flavors. But is writing a REAL job? This question has set fire to the entire psychiatric community. Okay, most of them…the ones in my head *turns off fire alarms*.

Many in our modern culture don’t believe writing qualifies as a legitimate occupation. An unusual percentage of ‘average’ citizens firmly maintain that being a writer is NOT a real job. These same individuals, however, collectively spend billions of dollars and most of their free time enjoying entertainment (created by writers).

Cleaning Teeth= ‘Real’ Job

Writing= Goofing Off

Thus far, those interviewed have yet to note the irony of their assertions (or looked up definition of irony). Since being a writer is not a ‘real job,’ then this leads us to the next most reasonable conclusion. Writing, in truth, may be a mental condition. I have written about the 13 Ways Writers Are Mistaken for Serial Killers.

So there IS that…

To read the entire blog post go to:

http://authorkristenlamb.com/2018/04/diagnosing-real-writer/

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Diagnosing a REAL Writer: Do You Have Terminological Inexactitude Syndrome? – Written By Kristen Lamb

  1. Severe incurable case of it over here. And if anyone comes up with a cure I’m going to hunt them down with a bunch baby seals, who I’ve armed with clubs, to take them out. Hmm… there might be a twisted story in that… lemme write it down!

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