As a ghost writer for “guru” types in investing, real estate investing, and Internet marketing, I’ve written more than a dozen books. A normal project is somewhere between 200 and 300 pages and is completed in four to eight weeks.
I’m just finishing up a project as a ghost writer on trading techniques and tools to consistently beat the market trading stocks.
Nolition: (noun) to be unwilling, unwillingness.
Sometimes my nolition regarding home repairs is displayed to the neighbors and gets me into trouble with the spouse.
Kakistocracy: government by the worst people.
With the presidential election days away, I about this and tend to side with Plato, who said democracy resulted in kakistocracy.
Matutinal: pertaining to or happening in the morning, or an early happening.
While the teenagers in the house are definitely matutinal-averse, I work best in the early morning.
Philosophaster: one who pretends or dabbles in philosophy.
I don’t command the credentials to even pretend.
Graphospasm: this is just writer’s cramp.
In today’s world, we get more of carpal tunnel I think, but I like this word for complaining when I write a lot on the keyboard.
Grandiloquence: pompous or bombastic speech or expression
This is the first of a series of great words that you’ll almost never hear spoken. That’s because they’re grandiloquent in nature and few people have ever heard them, much less have any idea what they mean. It’s fun for word lovers though.
I’m starting a new eBook series for the small business, “BusinessBrewBooks.com.” The series intends to provide resources to small business that are either free or very cost effective. It’s hard enough to get a business up and running these days, and I want to provide every resource that I can to help at little or no cost.
The eBooks will only cost $2.99. The first one is due out for iPad soon, but it’s already out for Kindle and Nook here: