First you write. Then you sell. It’s good to have friends for both.
I’m quite surprised to find myself recommending the debut of author Randy Susan Meyers.
As an athlete, I’ve learned that if you want to be better at something, you practice. Creating fiction is different.
Where’s that line?
I’ve never been able to forget a theory about time that my (older) sister had.
Hurry—only three shopping days left to find those final presents for family, friends, and the postman!
I used to object to lights and trees that went up before December 10. Then I decided it was okay after December 1. Now if people wait until after Thanksgiving (even if it’s the morning after) I can handle it. Every year there is some
Thanks to journalist Kristina Dorsey (who has never met me), now I have the link between Olympic sailing and writing fiction: Self-motivation.
These two neighbor cats both inspire and distract.
At the small boat end of the sailing spectrum, not much thought is put into the “team;” most of us just call up a few friends and push off the dock.