Aug 10, 2009 It's always a pleasure, Peach. Likewise, thanks for dropping by and giving me such great feedback. I've avoided Twitter so far. I'm afraid my life is not too exciting. I mean, there are only so many dragons you can slay and damsels you can rescue before the fairy tale gets old. =)
Mar 19, 2009 @Steve Unfortunately, it's not related to literature, but those pesky distractions from the real world. I shall return.
Mar 1, 2009 A tattoo on your wrist sounds wicked. What could you put on it? How about a revolution? A howl that says woman, a celtic braid of hope, a thought, an idea, a whisper- maybe a serpent eating a butterfly, or a butterfly eating the serpent, an abstract version of yourself, your essence, the cosmic entity that resides within thy higher self, vines, the sun, thunder and lightning raging upon all mankind, a rainbow of bliss, an innocent word,kanji, peace, or perhaps an I-Ching hexagram. I'm stumped, Peach, but whatever it is, make sure it says 'you'.
Jan 29, 2009 I've started a new novel and this means that I will be limiting my Booksie scribbles. I'll probably concentrate on writing poetry or ambient pieces instead of FSR, which in spite of its short bursts, can be a demanding task.
Jan 26, 2009 Oui, c'est moi. =)
Jan 4, 2009 Nanowrimo is a great tool to learn and potentially publish your work. It also puts you in touch with a community of writers who are all in the same boat, and this is perhaps the most important aspect.
The cell phone novel is an inevitable step in literature. The slow pace of the War and Peace-type novel are no longer as attractive as they used to be. I prefer to jam-pack info in as little space as possible. Quantum bits of prose.
Apr 5, 2008 Muchas Gracias for the wonderful comments.
I'm an aspring writer with an interest in science fiction.