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There are a lot of things to like about you, including your love handles. Author and comedian Tom Papa shared an excerpt from his new book of essays, You're Doing Great! And Other Reasons to Stay Alive.
Brian Panowich, author of "Hard Cash Valley," has one piece of advice for aspiring writers: abandon all grammar rules.
Ilana C. Myer, author of "The Poet King," discusses synesthesia, grammar pet peeves, and how to create character voices.
Jessica Pennington, author of "Meet Me at Midnight", talks about her need for the word "squee" and the difficulty of deciphering between "blonde" vs."blond" and "affect" vs. "effect".
Scott Oden, author of "Twilight of the Gods," talks about his dislike of "corporate-speak," his love of the word "stygian," and onomatopoeias in his writing.