Friday, June 19, 2015

Narrator.us – Narrator

Memoir Madness
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As of June 19, 2015, two live (January 21, 2105, and December 6, 2013) and one dead  trademarks were found on USPTO.gov for the exact term

Narrator

However, these uses have to do with various kinds of software, not in its generic sense. In other words, in the U.S., a commonly used generic cannot be trademarked for its descriptive meaning. So a buyer’s intended use is important to consider before purchase.

Meanwhile, here is an example of a narrator in literature (a memoir):


Caged

I was caged.
Then, I was driven.
Driven to Cherokee.
A hazy memory of riding caged in the back of a police car.
Two shadows in the front seat, the county sheriff and a female escort.
Patsy Cline’s “Crazy” buzzing from a tinny transistor radio.
Outside, the Iowa landscape bleak.
Cloudy and cold.
Condensation and frost riming the windows.
Piles of dirty snow dotting the countryside.
I, cargo.
Destination: Cherokee’s other place, the outline on the hill.
Shifting, crossing my legs…
Please, can we stop?
Hot and steamy inside.
Shivering, my teeth rattling.
Please…I have to go!
Hear something, George?
Naw, nothin’ important.
Laughter.
Cargo has no voice.
Madness has no voice.
Listen, crazy girl…
Two voices: We have come to take you away, ha, ha…
“I’m crazy, crazy…”
Fragments, crazy-quilt impressions, acid flashbacks…
I, crazy?

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“Caged”: Prologue, Memoir Madness: Driven to InvoluntaryCommitment, available on Amazon © Jennifer Semple Siegel








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