Escape to the County, this month. COMMENTS ENABLED
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The ramblings of aspiring author, Madeleine Sara, her dreams to become published and her trials and tribulations along the way. Plus other writerly nuggets of wisdom! Apologies for my typos, I get very cold hands with Raynauds and sometimes there's a persistent kittie on my lap, nudging my hand as I type.
Hi Madeleine and Patsy - love your idea for stamps .. I've been doing that too and one day will use the marketing blurb and also use the stamps!!ReplyDelete
Writing anywhere anytime - perhaps I'll be able to do that in due course - I miss driving around, as my thoughts seem to come then (no not in petrol shortage time!!!) .. but I don't travel much now - as I see my mother 6 or 7 days a week. Journeys are always good thinking time ...
Cheers and have good weekends .. Happy congratulations Patsy for today - good snippets here Madeleine .. cheers Hilary
Good to meet you Patsy! Good luck with your novel. Thanks for hosting Madeleine.ReplyDelete
It was great meeting you, Patsy.ReplyDelete
I also believe in doing something everyday in the name of writing. And that sounds like a great challenge, one that motivates.
Wow, a short story every week. Impressive!ReplyDelete
Hi Madeleine and Patsy. Good luck to Patsy for her novel.ReplyDelete
Hi Patsy and hi Madeleine,ReplyDelete
I saw a most delightful snippet of your book over at "A Likely Story" by the lovely Teresa. Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet star left you a most pawsitive comment.
Anyway Patsy, happy writing, but, my goodness, "I've been writing for ten years." Patsy, you really should get some sleep :)
May you both and all those who are wowed by this delightful site, have a peaceful and positive weekend.
Nice to meet you Patsy.ReplyDelete
W1S1 is an excellent challenge for getting your short stories out there. I hope to join you all sometime. Good luck in meeting your weekly goals.
I too am impressed by Patsy submitting one new short story a week - on top of her day job and all that blogging and social networking...ReplyDelete
I'm exhausted just thinking about it!
Thanks, everyone! (I confess the short story a week has slipped a little this month with all the book promotion stuff. I intend to average one a week for the year though and am still on track for that.)ReplyDelete
Gary, I do sleep sometimes, but as I plot in my sleep I think that still counts as writing time. ;-)
I love your interviews Madeleine, and an excellent subject! Thanks for sharing, Patsy :-)ReplyDelete
Hi Patsy! I love writing every day. It keeps the creativity flowing. Good luck with your book.ReplyDelete