Good morning, everyone!
Thanks to everyone who voted in the last poll. As part of our 31 Days of Authors series, we asked about your favorite way to connect with authors online. Reading an author’s blog or following them on Tumblr narrowly edged out following an author on Twitter for the win. Check out the poll archive to
This week, we want to know what book speaks to you–but in a very specific way. Slang is an important part of any culture or subculture, and that’s true even in a fictional world. Authors often make up slang to give readers a sense of what the culture in their book is like. So what’s the best example of made-up slang from a book? Vote in the poll on the right, or leave a comment here if we’ve left off your favorite!
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