I like the word. Myriad. I think it might even make a nice name. Wonder if it'll ever catch on. Seems masculine...
Myriad... I was thinking about the word relative to a writer's world. Writers do myriad things. We write. We edit. We promote. We network. We blog. We reach out to help other writers. Looks like there's at least three or four full times jobs associated with being a writer. A myriad of writing related things to do. And that comes on top of that other job we all have, one way or the other, and still trying to squeeze a wee bit of a life in there somewhere.
And then we throw in something like the April challenge. :-)
I just want to shout, "You're all my heroes, by gawd! You get it done!"
And, this is such a seat of the pants post because April turned unexpectedly crazy, so I have less time to devote to serious posts.
Yikes! I didn't mean "serious" as in having no fun. I meant serious as in having something worthwhile to offer. A reason for my visitors to slow down and read.Now I feel guilty. So, here goes...
Myriad is one of those words, you know? It causes trouble; people want to say, "A myriad of", and then someone wants to correct them. But, here's the thing. Myriad actually is a noun. And it's an adjective, too. So it's okay to say "A myriad of ways you can use the word." And it's also okay to say, "It can be used in Myriad ways."
I think, from what I've recently read, the noun use is pretty popular. If you hanker to use the word, I guess it's personal preference how you work it in to your writing.
And, since I still have myriad things to do before bedtime, I bid you all adieu. And a great day tomorrow. :-)
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