You are a fine writer and one who is indeed salable and publishable. You keep at it. You're very good. If you want, I can send you an email of writer's resources on where else to send. There's tons of places. Like I've said, you're an excellent writer who must write. Glad you liked my interview. Glad I was somewhat coherent. LOL
Hi Laurita, it was a misunderstanding on my part to assume that people thought I was writing from personal experience. It seems some people do, so I made that assumption. My apologies for that. I will always try to read now as if everything is fiction and approach it that way.
I'm so broke right now, I've had to by a knock off perfume, but as soon as I have the money, I'm buying Tresor again.
Laurita, when I met Rob at the White Horse, he asked the same thing about not writing a blog and that some people had even asked him if I had one and he asked why I didn't have one. I guess for me, I'd rather save my writing for short stories. Plus my energy. If I had blogs, I'd probably be busy doing those instead of real writing as it were. But-I have been asked to write a column for a literary review on anything I want, so I guess I'm breaking my own rule, in a sense. Thank you for getting back to me and accepting my friend invite.
Thanks for the shadows comment on Plague of locals. I was ready to pack it in for the day when I got the idea in my head about the lantern swinging in the night. Of course, I then had to come up with 5 more sentences to justify the first and my lantern fixation...the muse can be a real taskmaster sometimes.
Garsh dang darn it. I was hoping that if I didn't pull into first- that you would! I wish the winner was at least part of the 6s gang. Oh well, she (?) did have a good sentence.
Wish you well, and I hope we can both be runners up again. I love going up against the best of the best. There's something exhilirating about good clean competition. LOL, maybe next time!
Have a great day!
ps. The straw and Guiness thing. There's something you have to know about me, girlie, I like to think of the most ridiculous things to make ordinary not so ordinary. My son told me the other day, "Mom, you have real talent." I asked him, "What's that?" He says, "Your the only person I know who can act like a complete retard and everyone thinks it's totally cool." Hmmmm.....I think that's a good thing?