Palindromes: perfect symmetry and super-hard to write, until now. A step-by-step process and proprietary word lists transform a single word into a finished palindrome in record time.
A recent palindrome champion finished his winning entry after six grueling months! But with the Palindromedary you can write a great, original palindrome in twenty minutes. Here’s one.
“Krab-mealworm-wasted, a cadet saw Mr. Owla embark.”
And this one finished in thirty minutes.
“Mad for plaid water, Greta W? Dial Prof Dam.”
This book explains how to write palindromes, and then shows you exactly how to make it happen. Detailed examples cover everything from the mechanics to the art of composing an original palindrome. Learn how to establish a theme, even from a random starting place. The process is one of creative discovery and artful guidance. And anyone can do this.
Targeted Age Group:: 10-110
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I wanted to write my own palindromes since I encountered a near-perfect palindrome over forty years ago. Recently, my dream resurfaced and I found a way forward. The solution was Franklin's Palindromedary, a unique tool that has only one purpose, to help anyone write palindromes.
After over a year of work on the project, the moment of truth had arrived. I had cobbled together a version that was good enough to use, but I had no idea if it would really help.
During one day, over a total of five hours, I used the tool and method to compose seven unique palindromes. I took substantial breaks between palindromes, because I had great anxiety over the results. Consequently, those seven compositions required less than two hours of actual work. The rest of the time I spent recovering from the tension.
But it was a success! The tool exceeded my wildest dreams. I completed one palindrome in only five minutes. I'm confident you can do the same or better.
The core method is simple.
Choose a word and write it down.<br>
Next to your word, write its reverse.<br>
Add another word and its reverse.<br>
Repeat the previous step until finished.
For every word, letter, or group of letters you add, include the reverse. Always maintain the symmetry. Check the symmetry after every addition so you stay on track. A single letter out of place ruins the palindrome.
At every step where you add to the palindrome, ask if it makes sense. Symmetrical gibberish is still gibberish and isn’t really a palindrome. It can be challenging to maintain the symmetry while adding words. That requires thought in between the lines of The Method. Another challenge is knowing if any possible split will be useful or not. A third challenge is finding words to match each split. The steps above are indeed simple. The hardest part is following the rules of symmetry and grammar.
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