Happy prelude to Friday!
I have a few things on my agenda for today.
First and foremost I'd like to take a moment and thank the three ladies who have served as my critique partners. You have made such a difference in my writing. I admire you, respect you, really like you, and am proud to share this journey with you. It's not easy to critique. Heck, it's not easy to take the time to read someone else's work when there's so much going on in life. The generosity of the writing world continues to warm my heart. Thank you all so much!
For those I have critiqued, you have amazed me with your verbiage and your imagination. I am blown away. I shudder when I visualize the world we could create if we ever put our heads together.
I won this book!
Please visit Rik Davball at It's the future stupid
I absolutely love winning! Now I just have to claim it...still working on that. First I dragged my feet because I don't have an e-reader yet and it hurts my eyes to read on the laptop. Then I misplaced the darn code and had to email the fabulous author. I have a huge list of books waiting to be downloaded...most of them from you guys. (Here's the time to suggest a good e-reader.)
I have been liebsterized again. Bloody hell, but much appreciated. For a while there it felt like an epidemic of awards. I considered the possibility that the rumor about my alien powers had leaked out. Caution: You'll never take me alive! Anyway, I'm not forcing anyone to pass this award on. What I'm doing instead is mentioning a few blogs I have thoroughly enjoyed reading lately and slipping in a few random facts about me.
Blogs of note:
Why I wake up every day. Pay unikorna a visit. She is a unique exceptional fairy.
The Eagles Aerial Perspective Visit Eagle. I've never known anyone who reads so much. She's a guru.
Mark Noce Stories Visit mark. He's a great writer who just spent two weeks in Hawaii.
Wistful Nebulae Go say hi to M Pax. This sci-fi lady rocks.
Abstract Pictures Go check out Leovi. His pictures take my breath away. (Yes I translated and shortened the name of his blog.)
Some brief facts about me:
1. I almost drowned when I was 2, lifted my hands up, saw the light at my fingertips and was pulled out of the water by my father just in time.
2. I have a thing for older men, result of spending years reading historical romances...hence the 10 year age difference between my husband and myself. I still don't get cougars.
3. I like walking barefoot, so much in fact I've developed a few callouses. My wedding video included an unwarranted closeup of my feet.
4. When I was 10 my father was mugged and left for dead. He's alive, but I haven't been comfortable with going out on my own since then.
5. I have the tendency of being too honest. And sometimes people don't want to hear the truth.
This liebster was brought to you by:
Kathy at http://imagine-today1.blogspot.com/
Next week I will be posting only on Wednesday...because that is "Insecure Writer's Day."
Hosted by the great Alex J Cavanaugh. (Funny fact: Alex's is the only guy's blog my husband ever remembers me visiting.)
I wasn't able to participate in the session due to the partying week I took off on my birthday. Not only am I looking forward to my own "begging for empathy session", I'm real eager to read what's bugging every other writer out there. Alex, I hope you have the links posted on your site...I might not be following everyone yet.
Oh, and if anyone isn't following Alex yet, please do. I'm dying to know if he'll keel over once he reaches 1000 followers. :)
See you all Wednesday. Have a great weekend! Keep living the dream!
I wish you all tons of inspiration. Here's a lovely picture to send you on your way.