I think it's fair to assume that writer's don't get credit for half our brilliance. I'm pretty sure we invented the acronym. It was only natural for guys like Al Einstein to borrow the technique.
After all, genius recognizes genius.
Acronyms are the foundation for text messages, which of course launched Twitter as we know it.
So pat yourself on the back and if you're ready for an acronym refresher, you're in luck.
WIP = Work in progress
POV = Point of view
2S2L = Too stupid too live (as in the heroine who is...)
ARC =Advanced reading copy
MS or MSC = manuscript
HEA = Happily ever after
H/H = Hero/Heroine
GMC = Goal. Motivation. Conflict.
GH = Golden Heart Award
CRIT = Critique
TBR = To be read
BICHOK = Butt in chair, hands on keyboard
TAG = Title. Author. Genre
AFK = Away from keyboard
WF = Women's Fiction
ST = Single Title
SC = Short Contemporary
LC = Long Contemporary
SH = Short historical
LH = Long historical
YA = Young adult
MG = Middle grade
SF = Science Fiction
SF/F = Science Fiction and Fantasy
SF/F/P = Science Fiction and Fantasy and Paranormal
ACFW = American Christian Fiction Writers
RWA = Romance Writers of America
ICRS = International Christian Retailer Show
BEA = Book Expo America
CBA = Christian Bookseller's Association
ABA = American Bookseller's Association
PASIC = Published Author Special Interest Chapter
NINC = Novelists, Inc.
PAN = Published Authors Network
PW = Publisher's Weekly
NaNoWriMo = National Novel Writing Month
BIAW = Book in a Week
There are also the funny and tasteless acronyms:
WWJAD = What would Jane Austin do?
PUYBGP = Pull up your big girl panties
WIDSAC = When in doubt, shoot a character
WWFC = Will write for chocolate
And just in case you need help creating an acronym...