peak peek lose loose

Morrison reads pretty much everything I write before I turn it in, especially pitch documents and outlines which I sometimes rush through. Basically his brain is the absolute best with streamlining, making things clear, while also tracking character and story, and will often have these tiny but massive ideas that make the whole thing better. But also, he finds and gently highlights, sans judgement (with SOME judgement?) my spelling misteaks. Yesterday he walked me through my classics. Apparently, nine times out of ten, it’s always mistaiking peek and lose for their cousins, peak and loose. Why do I even use these words so much? I guess they’re words that can denote big and clear action and feeling, which is necessary for these kinds of documents. All of my characters having nothing to loose, and yet if you look close, there it is: a Silver of hope, peaking through.

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