Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Conflate

To conflate is to blend or fuse together two sets of information – usually texts. When Rosemary J Kind and I worked on our joint book, she conflated her contribution with mine. The resulting conflation is From Story Idea to Reader.

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  1. I never knew that! I leave here a little smarter. :)

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    1. I'm pleased to have increased your vocabulary.

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  2. I hope you are using all these fabulous words in your writing, Patsy.
    You are the new Stephen Fry!

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    1. A conflake is a sort of conflation, Maggie - of corn, sugar and other stuff.

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  4. As opposed to 'inflate' - hope the book continues to sell well.

    Susan A Eames at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

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    1. The audio version is doing well, Susan. We've got some good reviews there too.

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