The Writers Guide to Coolness

The Writers Guide to CoolnessHey, groovy chicks and dudes. Is your contemporary urban fiction falling flat with today’s readers? Is your dialogue riddled with terms like twenty-three skidoo, gadzooks, and cat’s meow? Are reviewers saying that your book is not, in fact, da bomb?

That’s totally bogus man. Don’t be lame when you can be epic. You need the 9-1-1 if you’re writing for the hip cats in today’s scene. Who better to teach you about cool than the guy who invented it?

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Author: Bob Hammond

Bob Hammond is the world-renowned author of two runaway bestselling series, The Hunger Game of Thrones, and Fifty Shades of Twilight. He is also the award-winning author of the historical novel, A Puritan in Zanzabar, and the self-help book, In Your Own Hands: A Single Man's Guide to Internet Romance. Don't tell Bob he is fictitious. It might hurt his feelings.

10 thoughts on “The Writers Guide to Coolness”

  1. I would hope you meant the “4-1-1” which means lowdown or location, instead of “9-1-1” which means a group of other things. yeah?

      1. Listen up, Stevie, I can fight my own battles. Grokdaddio, 9-1-1-, 4-1-1, whatever. If you need the info, it’s an emergency. I have the info in my book, so once again, I’ve saved the day. That’s how I roll.

  2. Oh, Bob, does that mean I can’t use “the bees knees” any more? I love that one. And I haven’t heard “hip cats” in forty years. Is that cool pic. er photograph, of you up to date or are you trying to “pull the wool over my eyes”? Eh, pretty boy?

    1. Yvette, you had me until pretty boy. I’m a manly man, and don’t you forget it. So manly, I don’t need apostrophes. Just ask Linda.

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