"Fiction is the purest art. Commercial fiction is the butter, the darkest chocolate, and the finest malt. That's why we are so addicted to it."--Angie Brooksby-Arcangioli
I have recently discovered the power of blogging. After pouring myself into thousands of blogs and back-blogs over the last week, I was beginning to wonder if I was being howled at or genuinely encouraged. Big surprise! I'm trying to get a novel looked at and I am failing surprisingly well. So I turned to the experts and…the education began! I still have a lot or work to do!Then I followed your link to Dear God, the stick turned blue…Weird, isn't it? How can one little post make it all seem worth it? Don’t ask me how this made the little 100 watt in my brain go off…I honestly don’t think I could explain it without 20 “ums” and a few tears (and I am SO not a crying person), but thanks...I needed that!Oh, and wish me luck guys! I am going to my first group critique this week…
That's a great link, thank you!
Thanks for the link! I loved it.
Aaaawww. That was poignant and brilliant and I'm so glad I got to see it. Thanks for the heads up. I've had a spinal tap, btw. NOT fun. omg, NOT FUN. Poor baby.
It's too early in the morning for tears, even if they're the good kind. Thanks for the link, even if it did make me weepy. =o)
I love the way the blog is set up.
After reading and, at one time, being a boy, all I can say to Moms is... RELAX, we're tougher than you think. We're built for heavy bumpin' and brusin.' DON'T HOVER, just encourage us to get up after each knock down - and teach us we don't all have to be Bill Gates, Donald Trump or Babe Ruth to feel good about ourselves! We will bathe with regularity upon discovering GIRLS.I also like the format of the blog. (Now, how do you get blogger to post multiple pics in the same post like that)?Haste yee back ;-)
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