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- Publication Date: June 3, 2017
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- Language: English
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Dr Rayne's Guide To Writerly Disorders: A Tongue-in-Cheek Diagnosis For What Ails Authors (Writer's Craft Book 26) Kindle Edition
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Distypea – the tendency to hit the wrong key,
Mad Blogger disease – mentally composing blog post material and tweets continually.
Mad Reviewer Disease – which I most definitely have.
Reichenback Falls Syndrome – when a character is killed but refuses to stay dead.
And Technobabble syndrome – a compulsion to insert scientific jargon which slows the book and makes little sense to the reader.
Recommended to bring a chuckle to any writers or avid readers.