Word of the Day
Pseudonym (noun) -- a false name or fictitious name that an author will use for signing or writing; a name an author writes under other than his/her own; a pen name (from Greek "pseudonumos")
Word in a Sentence: In the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods, when Chariss is away in Tiurlang reading the Elder Edda, she sends a letter back to her wizard, Hrazon, under the pseudonym of Elandra, just in case it gets intercepted by her nemesis, Lord Jamieson Drake.
(Do you think I got enough proper nouns in there? Geez...You can get a copy of the eBook for about $4 to straighten all that out here. Bwuahahahahaha.)
Your turn! Do you have any creative sentences, maybe with fewer proper nouns than what I threw at you, to share with us today? What examples of pen names do you have for us?
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
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