Glib is fluent. Glib is hip. It is superficial. It is shallow. It is insincere. But it is fluent and hip. The words just roll off the tongue. They can roll off a writer’s manscript as well. The writer is not necessarily insincere as a person, but is writing about a subject in a glib… Read More Glib is a way of writing
There can be a difference between writing a review and giving a view. A review stays within the parameters of review: explain your reasons for accepting or rejecting a piece. But a view can state the view without necessarily having to explain things in detail.
While on the road of writing, if it’s full-time, part-time, casual, or as one can write in-between the necessities of life, sometimes there’s the urge to reach beyond the boundaries of one’s normal genres of writing. I’ve desired it and tried it, but tended to fall back on the predictable or the road well-traveled.