I would like to thank Dane for sending me this book, it really is amazing!

I suggest all writers get a copy of this, it is available on Amazon with a link at bottom of this review. This needs to be on your desk as there are some terrific words in this book to use in your writing. I spent so much time looking for new words I didn’t get any writing done but it was worth it. If you want your writing to stand out then drop in an unusual word to make it ‘pop’ in the readers mind.  There really are so many to choose from, I also like the way Dane has  included the pronunciation of all the words, so you get it right when reading your work. This is a brilliant idea and must of taken him years to collect all these together to make the book, I really recommend this with a big ten stars!

Dane Cobain (High Wycombe, UK) is a published author, freelance writer and (occasional) poet and musician with a passion for language and learning. When he’s not working on his next release, he can be found reading and reviewing books while trying not to be distracted by Wikipedia.

His releases include No Rest for the Wicked (supernatural thriller), Eyes Like Lighthouses When the Boats Come Home (poetry), (literary fiction), Social Paranoia (non-fiction), Come On Up to the House (horror), Subject Verb Object (anthology), Driven (crime/detective), The Tower Hill Terror (crime/detective), Meat (horror), Scarlet Sins (short stories), The Lexicologist’s Handbook (non-fiction), The Leipfold Files (crime/detective) and Oceanus (poetry).

His short stories have also been anthologised in Local Haunts (ed. R. Saint Clare), We’re Not Home (ed. Cam Wolfe), Served Cold (ed. R. Saint Clare and Steve Donoghue), Eccentric Circles (ed. Cynthia Brackett-Vincent), ‘Twas the Fright Before Christmas in Deathlehem (ed. Michael J. Evans and Harrison Graves) and Half-Human Heroes (ed. Jeremy Fee).

Available on Amazon here.



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