Lynk’s Writing Website

Hi! My name is S.A. Freeman, otherwise known as Lynk. Welcome to my website! Here you can find some of my writing, my blogs (including the Dictionary Obscura), and my ghost writing services!

Featured Writings

Featured Poem

  • Sonder


    Other people, Tiny lights, In a windowsill at night, Heartbeats In the silence.  I am one of you, I think, And you are just like me, A little world of privacy Moments in time, In place, as I pass by. I think Goodbye Is the hardest thing to say Besides “I love you” And to…

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Featured Novel

  • The Kuiper Protocol

    The Kuiper Protocol

    Deep in the reaches of our Solar System, in an asteroid and planetoid zone known as the Kuiper Belt, Sedna, the farthest away object ever touched by humans, goes dark. Here in the Belt, the secrets to life are unraveling at the fingertips of scientist Allister McCullinay. Fueled by critical discoveries made from experimenting with…

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    The Dictionary Obscura

    • The Dictionary Obscura: Coruscate

      The Dictionary Obscura: Coruscate

      Definition: (v.) to flash, to sparkle, to glitter. Synonyms:gleam; glistenAntonyms: Etymology: from Latin coruscatus, past participle of coruscare “to vibrate, glitter”.

    • Garden Path Sentences

      Garden Path Sentences

      Illusory sentences that lead you down the “garden path”. A Garden Path Sentence is a grammatically correct sentence that starts in such a manner as to confuse the reader on some aspect of the sentence. “Garden path” refers to the saying “to be led down [or up] the garden path”, meaning to be deceived, tricked,…

    • The Dictionary Obscura: Peregrinate

      The Dictionary Obscura: Peregrinate

      Definition: (v.) to travel, especially on foot; to walk Synonyms:to journeyAntonyms:to remain Etymology: from Latin peregrinatus, past participle of peregrinari “to travel abroad, be alien,” figuratively “to wander, roam, travel about,” from peregrinus “from foreign parts, foreigner,” from peregre “abroad,” properly “from abroad, found outside Roman territory,” from per “away” + agri, locative of ager…

    • Adverbial Sentences, Phrases, and Clauses

      Adverbial Sentences, Phrases, and Clauses

      Adverbial Sentences Adverbial Sentences are sentences that start with an adverb. This may seem easy to understand at a first glance. After all, starting sentences with adverbs is something we do all the time! Take a look at these two sentences: The first sentence places emphasis on the action of creeping up the stairs.  The…

    • The Dictionary Obscura: Susurrus

      The Dictionary Obscura: Susurrus

      Definition: (n.) a whispering or rustling sound. Synonyms:whisper; murmur; rustlingAntonyms:roar; scream;  Etymology: from Latin susurrationem, noun of action from past-participle stem of susurrare “to hum, murmur,” from susurrus “a murmur, whisper.” This is held to be a reduplication of a PIE imitative swer- “to buzz, whisper”.

    • The Dictionary Obscura: Saturnine

      The Dictionary Obscura: Saturnine

      Definition: cold and steady in mood; of gloomy or surly disposition Synonyms:depressed; cheerlessAntonyms:joyous; jocose Etymology: from Middle English Saturne + –ine. Obscure Fact: Old medicine believed these characteristics to be caused or influenced by the astrological influence of the planet Saturn, which was the most remote from the Sun (in the knowledge of the times)…

    • The Dictionary Obscura: Scripturient

      The Dictionary Obscura: Scripturient

      Definition: having a strong urge to write. Etymology: late Latin scripturient-, scripturiens, present participle of scripturire to desire to write, desiderative of Latin scribere.