Glad to be on board, Richard. I'll be reading you with interest. That's a warehoue and two sheds' worth of life experience you have there. Can't beat the variation in informing our fiction, even if the experience is a cold one. Any thanks.
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PS I will need to catch the new Dexter series.
'Fast Forward' got canceled? Gosh! Those meanies!!!! That network always does that... You would think they could wind it up before deserting us. I find I am also liking 'The Event' Hopefully they will let it run its proper course so we can actually see how it unfolds right to the end. Now I am going eat some chocolate and grieve... **pouting**
Sorry about the delay in getting back to you Richard. I have been busy with the distraction of visiting guests. Also trying to get ready for Nanowrimo next week. Yes I know what some people say about it, and consider it beneath them, but to me at whatever point one might be, brainstorming a short 50K novella in 30 days is stimulating, just the act seems to feed the muse. since you throw another disruption towards the end of Thanksgiving. Keep in touch as time permits.
Hello Richard, Welcome from cold and wet England I note that you have a Jihadist style book out so my latest 1/1:Jihad-Britain should be right up your street.
Thank you for asking to be my friend and if I can ever help or contribute in any way don't hesitate to ask
The one thing I don't suffer from is blocks, my problem has always been too many ideas -as shown in the variety of novels I have written- and I always write to please me first then hope it pleases everyone else.
Hi, Richard. Greetings from downunder and thanks for the invite. I found your Aug 23 blog of particular interest - I became aware in recent years that for quite a while I'd been writing self-consciously (without fully realizing it) so I've been on a mission (amongst other things) to "free up" my writing process and let the muse wander unhindered.