Writers Horoscope–Day 4

Your Twitter followers will burgeon to triple digits today. Don’t let it go to your head. A missed typo in your tweet about an ‘affinity for smooth jazz and the dulcet tones of the sax’ lured 75 degenerates with no interest whatsoever in your novel. Edit carefully.

Was just hit with a major pang of guilt…

I had just opened the book Writing for Story, by Jon Franklin, and began reading one of his highly-acclaimed stories, entitled Mrs. Kelly’s Monster, that detailed surgical procedures to relieve a patient of almost four decades of suffering from a malformation of blood vessels in the back of her brain. And I Read more…

Writers Horoscope–Day 2

You have two problems. That stratified clutter pile is calling your name. And you haven’t finished your chapter. Seismic activity will solve the first problem. For that matter, the second one, as well. Pay close attention to plot twists during your evacuation.  

Rockin’ Forgetfulness

  4 Science Backed Benefits of Being Forgetful–Yes!! Much appreciated rationalizations… If you follow the above link, that’s pretty much me [well, minus the cardigan…and the collared shirt…and, well, he at least remembered to shave…okay, so he and I share the same ‘pose of cluelessness’.] But now, thanks to these Read more…