A Second Rant About Writing and AI

Hello my friends and occasional relative. I submit a new rant, which, upon reflection, I possibly should have written in meter. But I didn't, because how easy would it be to train an AI tool to do that? Ahem. Tap tap tap. In my last outing I went straight to the end of the road, …

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A Typically Ill-informed Rant about AI and Writing

This is much longer than my usual entries. My apologies: I got the bit between my teeth and went galloping off hither and yon. A few months ago, I read an article talking about the use of AI in art, and it made me wonder about a future when AI would start to invade writing’s …

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What happens when you deviate from the process: Collector’s edition edition.

Not the catchiest title, I admit. But I’m here to share how a royal screw up of mine added a gloriously horrific typo to my book AFTER it had been laboriously proofread and judged error free. And I did it as part of the process, not on a whim. Well, okay, there were whims involved, …

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The Writing Life: The Power of the Spoken Word

This is an update. After losing/significantly depleting my GAF as previously described, I decided to do my usual (i.e. done once before) final step of reading my book out loud to myself as a way to interrogate each sentence and catch egregious typos. This is now done. Yay. I fixed some sentences here and there, …

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