Then you must be an angel. ;-)
Turner Network Television has a new cop show called "Saving Grace." The MC is a woman cop named Grace who is almost beyound hope. A Texan drawling, snuff chewing angel (with a penchant for tacos and pizza) is on her case to accept God before it is too late. The show is a riot, with a slice of crime solving thrown in between Grace's sins.
It comes on TNT (cable) after "The Closer."
Hey! If a author writes a novel in the forest, and nobody reads it, did it make a sound?
I'm newt, slithering from the shallow end of the gene pool, into the open ocean. Sharks are likely to eat me before the salt water kills me, but who wants a quiet life?
Ah - I saw you on the main page earlier and immediately thought of boats in the sea fishing off the Florida keys or gravitating towards a Western hunting lodge. Often image Hemingway looking like you. That aside, you've led quite a life and had an impact that I've yet to appreciate (just got bionic ears this summer, so haven't yet heard the music from Basic Instinct or any of your other films-yet!) I am in love with music now (except when you can't get it out of your head, that didn't happen when I wad deaf!), so stay tuned... I'll be able to give a fresh opinion on that one.
A friend of mine who writes, tells me not to wait for inspiration! she'd never get anything done, she says. I bet you're more of a creative writer. i mean it. you want to be inspired. why not? that's good. just get inspired! seriously, think of ways to get inspired? would that work.
i see why you don't blog. too intelligent. woah. very deep. i'm deep, but that out depth charged me by several miles or is fathoms? do you find what i find, that you want to come back to friends but you don't know what to say--by the way,do you write most of the time. i do, supportive angel of a husband. first time in my life i'm not working outside the home. but i over do it and my eyes are killing me. working on a series and wrote three short stories (for publication, hopefully) in two days! man! all the best.
Thanks for the invite. Two of your favorites, James Lee Burke and Michael Connelly, are represented by my former agent, Philip Spitzer. I have a conversational and correspondence relationship with Jim.