Use of Term “Chrissakes” in “Mental (2018)” by Marie K Johnston

The Fiction and Folk Art of Marie K Johnston

So, the term “chrissakes” is used in three ways in this novel:

-substitute for curse words

-substitute for past events already written about in previous chapters that readers will recognize when characters are continually frustrated by these past events

-substitute for a word in the readers’ imaginations in same way that words are left blank in Mad Libs (1980s word game)

Have fun figuring out how I am using this term each time you find it in “Mental (2018),” since it is a frequent flyer term used liberally!

❤️❤️❤️

MKJ

Also, please follow http://www.BipolarLifer.com and http://www.MarieKJohnston.com for updates on status of “Mental (2018)” paperback version selling like hot cakes on http://www.Amazon.com

Cheers!

Kristen M McCurry

aka Marie K Johnston

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The Fiction & Folk Art of Marie K Johnston

So, the term “chrissakes” is used in three ways in this novel:

-substitute for curse words

-substitute for past events already written about in previous chapters that reader will recognize when characters are continually frustrated by these past events

-substitute for a word in the readers’ imaginations in same way that words are left blank in Mad Libs (1980s word game)

Have fun figuring out how I am using this term each time you find it in “Mental (2018),” since it is a frequent flyer term used liberally!

❤️❤️❤️

MKJ

Also, please http://www.BipolarLifer.com and http://www.MarieKJohnston.com for updates on status of “Mental (2018)” paperback version selling like hot cakes on http://www.Amazon.com via http://www.amazon.com/Mental

Cheers!

Kristen M McCurry

aka Marie K Johnston

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