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New York Times bestseller Ann Cleeves chats about the grammar quirks she's adopted in her years of writing and some of her favorite words.
Amanda Foody, author of "All of Us Villains," discusses how fun it is to write for YA and middle grade audiences and how this leads her to make up words that aren't in the dictionary.
Romy Hausmann, author of "Sleepless," discusses her approach to the English language and how "kindness" is the most beautiful and important word she knows.
Cassandra Khaw, author of "Nothing But Blackened Teeth," discusses what is involved in writing dialogue for the non-player characters in video games.
Mary Gauthier is both an author and a songwriter, which gives her a special perspective on grammar and writing.
Ellen Feldman, author of "The Living and the Lost," discusses prepositions, "feisty," and the importance of finding the voice of each of her characters.