Monday, February 28, 2011

Aspiring (Fiction) Writers Need to Know This!

Aspiring writers have a great desire to know how to write the snorkly, snerkly, snuckly sound of a good healthy snore. Authors know you can't simply type in the words "snore, snore" and win a Pulitzer! A good writer has to convey fullness of meaning. The reader wants to feel as if he is right there in the room! Hearing the Snore!

Numerous writers have struggled with this problem! They google such phrases as "how to write a snore"! I know, because when they google that phrase, the Google people point them to my blog. And Google does that because I once explained exactly how to "write a snore". I am the source of this little known information. And Google recognizes that fact.

If you, an aspiring writer, have been lying awake at night wondering how you were going to convey to your readers the sound of heavy snoring, please click to read my earlier entry in that regard.

You'll be glad you did. And perhaps you'll have a best-seller. And perhaps you will share with me the royalties of such best-seller. We'll both be famous! And rich!

(If this has been a helpful post to you personally, please leave a comment with the title of your latest novel within which you will be using this highly useful information. My readers will be ever grateful.)

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8 comments:

melissa said...

My goodness. The enthusiasm. Hope it's contagious! :)

S. Etole said...

good information to have tucked away ...

Debby said...

Now. If you could come up with a word that perfectly captures a stomach rumble. Or a belch. Come on now, woman. You've got a job to do!

WhiteStone said...

Debby, I "learned" this new word prior to my first series of chemo. I'm not certain my new "chemo brain" is capable of continuing to develop new words. *laughter in the background*

Glenda said...

Fun post . . . and you do have a way with words!!

elaine @ peace for the journey said...

I wish it were that easy! As for writing a snore...

peace~elaine

Debby said...

Another thing...not just aspiring fiction writers. Snoring happens in real life. Did you know?

Relyn said...

You are making me laugh. What about a fart?