I'd say April Fools! if I didn't already know this is much closer to the truth than the author of the article thinks!My daughter keeps asking how I think I can write Christian Mom Lit if I can't say "bra?"
Hi Penelope! Log time no see!I'd like to see The Beaver Cleaver's blacklist of words!
Pretty soon we'll see books that have a limited 40 word vocabulary throughout. Won't that make interesting ready??
mom nancy: At the very bottom of that page it said, "Happy (Early) April Fools Day from Your Friends in the Religion Department at Publishers Weekly. Any similarity to actual news is purely coincidental. Well, except for that story on banned words in Christian fiction, which is mostly true." So, yes, as you and I know--it is for real. :^(markd60: I like the sunglasses and hat. You're looking "phat" as Daughter #2 would say. (Translation: Great!) Check out the submission guidelines at Steeple Hill. Makes it really tough to write a book.leann: Our language is so rich in vocabulary! It would be nice if we could use it. :^)
You're the best, girl! I really needed the comment you left on my blog. I'm so glad you're my friend. Thank you!
The way the story was written it sounded like a big satire to me. I can't believe that it was "mostly" real!!
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