Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Snap a Quill

Whilst in recent conversation with Penny Grubb (www.pennygrubb.com) , crime-writing author and Chair of the Authors Licensing and Collecting Society, I remarked that there ought to be a literary equivalent to the acting world's 'break a leg' salutation when wishing a writer good luck in a forthcoming venture.

The suggestion from Penny was 'snap a quill', which seems wonderfully appropriate.

So, over to the rest of the writing world – who knows, it may be a phrase carried on into the literary centuries to come!

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