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Last week, I wrote about #WriterAcronyms, and how important it is to understand them if you’re a writer using social media. I also joked about the word “hip”. The concept deserved its own post. So here we are…
“Hip” Awareness and Lack Thereof
Per Dictionary. com, one of the definitions for hip is:
“familiar with or informed about the latest ideas, styles, developments, etc.”
Example sentence, “My parents aren’t exactly hip, you know.”
If I weren’t a writer, I probably wouldn’t think twice about the word “hip” and the concept it represents. But as someone in her 40s working on a fiction project with main characters in their late 20s, I wonder about these things.
Do I know enough about the latest trends to write from the perspective of a 27-year-old? Um, I think so.
But every 20 or so pages, I’ll write a bit of dialogue and think, “Would…
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