First things first....My first 250 words are up for critique on Shelley Watters blog. I'd love it if you hopped over there and gave HONEST feed back. Not looking for praise, just good, hard critiquing :)
Okay peeps, I'm back! I am sooo sorry I have been such a horrible blogger. I was sick for a month! That's right, 4 weeks of not being able to keep in more than a few hundred calories. And no there is no baby brewing. The x-ray machine has been broke for 2 weeks at my docs, but as soon as we can get that squared away we might can figure out this stomach stuff. I'm thinking it's one of those organs that you have no clue what it does until it quits working...like my gallbladder or pancreas. But time will tell. I'm really not worried, the worst it could be is that I need to have something removed...honestly it is no big deal for me. I just wanted you to know I'm not being a hermit...I just haven't been very well lately. As for now I have actually been able to eat for a week without wanting to vomit. Which means I have finally been able to work. AND.....DRUM ROLL PLEASE.......
I HAVE FINALLY COMPLETED MY FIRST NOVEL!!!! That's right. I have started a few novels that weren't worth finishing. And I have written a million short stories and poems, but this is my first, completed, full-length novel that I got to write---THE END at the bottom of!!!Yippee!
So I really didn't have some special post, I'm just excited to be done.
But I have been wondering...What was the book that turned you into a reader/ writer? Most of us probably began as a reader, falling in love with stories and then became a writer. But maybe it was the other way around for you. For me, my first love was, The Bridge to Terabithia.
I lived and breathed the story with every word. I was eleven and I WAS Leslie and totally in love with the Jess. I cried when I died :)
So what was your first love?
My second love was Hatchet (age 11)....hmmm, maybe I write from a male pov, because those were my first loves....