How are you on words? Do you know your oxymorons from your tautologies; your alliterations from your euphemisms; your acronyms from your homonyms; or your onomatopoeias from your palindromes? Is 'supercalifragilisticexpialidocious' a nonce word or a nonsense word? Can you create neologisms by prefixing, suffixing, back-forming, compounding, and blending with the best of them? Can you define the word 'word' without using the word 'word'? Do you know what it means to munch a brick or bend someone’s ear? Is a 'fire distinguisher' a spoonerism or a malapropism? Are you a logophile, an etymologist, a lexicologist, a philologist, a logologist, a linguist or just someone who enjoys a walk in the park?
Jaxon Castille: jaguar shifter, warrior, assassin. He has long hungered for the chance to make his former lover, Libby Jamieson, pay for her deadly betrayal. After three long years he's finally found her. The hunt is over . . . But the Libby that he finds is not what he expected. She has no memory of their tumultuous affair, of her treachery, of…
If you know the answers to all these questions, you’ve no need to read this essay. If not, read on and be amused, amazed and ameliorated.
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