Word of the day: intrepid

INTREPID

After mistaking my “insipid” post for “intrepid,” my friend Alexandra inspired me to write this blog post.

Not only does intrepid mean “resolute fearlessness, fortitude, and endurance,” according to Merriam-Webster, but it’s the name of friend Tony Lee‘s upcoming publication.

Here is a news article about it from The Bona Venture. I plan on posting an editorial about it soon, so that’s why I wrote this little post. It’s an introduction for what’s to come.

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