I adore thrillers (and spy novels), and keep thinking it would be fun to write one - I've travelled all over the world and love the jetsetting aspects of the genre, but thought I needed to be conversant in blowing things up (all the 'guy' details) to write one. As a woman, do you think you bring a different sensibility to the genre? I think there has to be a market for this!
You sound like the perfect person to author my story. If you review my crimespace spot, or Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org., I promise you won't be dissapointed. If you or a friend are available to do this project, let me know and I will get you the necessary information.
J. Michael Jenne
Google: John Jenney, for family history ( William LeBaron Jenney - The 1st Skyscraper )
Hello Morgan! Sorry it has taken me so looooong to stop by here. Busy as you may well know. Had workshops the last two weekends -- how to write and rewrite the novel. Busy also with my latest projects. Interviewed by the Charleston WV Gazette which can be found at:
Hi Morgan, I'm happy to be one of your friends on crimespace. This is a neat site ... I just joined a few days ago. I'm a bit rushed at the mo, but plan to visit your website. I hope you'll visit mine: www.susanfleet.com
It's sort of eclectic: music, women musicians, and my crime thriller.
I'll be back with more comments later!
This is the only dog who will allow himself to get dressed up. My other dogs would rather eat dogfood than wear anything other than a collar. This little guy was charmed into being a clotheshound by the little girl next door.
Margaret (note that I cannot even spell my name in the last post)