Dr Rayne’s Guide To Writerly Disorders by @RayneHall Fun Books #Humour #AmWriting #wwwblogs


Check out the book, Dr. Rayne’s Guide to Writerly Disorders, by Rayne Hall, as featured on the Rosie Amber blog

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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)Dr Rayne’s Guide To Writerly Disorders: A Tongue-in-Cheek Diagnosis For What Ails Authors by Rayne Hall
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dr Rayne’s Guide To Writerly Disorders: A Tongue-in-Cheek Diagnosis For What Ails Authors is a speedy read at just 35 pages. With around 80 quick witted and fun disorders which may affect any writer at any time, this book would make a good present for an author you might know. Some of my favourites were:

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.

Proof Blindness.

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…

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