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You may know the feeling. You’re reading a vivid, enthralling passage by one of your favorite authors. As you turn the pages, you can’t help but ask yourself: Just how do they keep me hanging on every word?

I founded Absurdist Rambling with the goal of helping readers demystify the writing process. As my posts dissect recently published books—taking deep dives into the characteristics of good writing—I hope to help you build a greater appreciation for what you read and even spark ideas for your own work.

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“The most valuable of all talents is that of never using two words when one will do.”

Thomas Jefferson

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