Wordsmith: A Person Who Works with Words is all about wordsmithing, vocabulary builder, vocabulary building, vocabulary workshop, vocabulary in use, vocabulary free, and vocabulary in classical roots. If you have a desire to learn all about words then this is the book for you. The meaning of words is not in the words, they are in us! In other words, the way you write your words and form your sentences is of the utmost importance to ensure the message you wish to impart is the one you meant to convey. Social media is loaded with fraud artists and not just the ones wishing to harm you. I belong to a good many book forums and I spot authors all of the time posing as the opposite gender just by the words they use and the way they string their sentences. This book shows you how important the use of words really is in any work of penmanship. When authors become exposed to their fraud, it really gets nasty. I want to make something perfectly clear; I am not against pen names and I firmly believe pen names are necessary especially if you are an author writing under multiple genres. Pen names keep an author clear and separate for each genre and allow no confusion on the reader’s part. I write under a dozen pen names because I write across multiple genre platforms. The deception I am speaking about is attempting to convince your readers that you are of a gender that you are not. Taking it s step further, there are nefarious characters posing as a plethora of things they are not and these characters are out to harm you. Dr. Treat Preston is a research scientist at Applied Mind Sciences and also one of the forensic investigators on staff.
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