"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
...and to all a good night.Wait, that's a different holiday, isn't it?Happy Thanksgiving, from me as well.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your readers. Thank you for all you do for the writing community!
All I want for Christmas... is Thanksgiving... Hey!... it's Thanksgiving... my wish came through!Happy Thanks-For-The-Blessings Day!
I'm impressed you restrained yourself from adding a shark to the picture! :)Happy Thanksgiving to you too, Janet!
Happy Thanksgiving to you! You have a lot of author successes to give thanks for this year, young lady, and hurray for that.
I hope that you had an excellent Thanksgiving. :)
I was too sick to go to the family foo-fah. I had to stay in bed and read all day. Darn it . . .
*narrows eyes* Is it just me that thinks it looks like that turkey is reading a book while... relieving itself?
I have a question about creating on online platform. When building an online platform, what kind of numbers would be needed to define a platform? My twitter account has 12,000 followers, my blog 2,000 hits per week, but it's difficult to know when you've actually built a platform without knowing the thresholds.Thanks.Deidra http://deidraalexander.wordpress.com/
I have a question about advertisements masquerading as comments. Do people really do that? Do they expect to attract more unique visitors? I mean, what if the comment has, like, nothing to do with the blog post? Isn't that douchey?Happy belated thanksgiving/early Christmas.
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