Apparently my protag must rescue herself from the dark moment. She may not hop on Tarzan’s arm and let him whisk her away. Fine. I wouldn’t like a weak-willed helpless Pearl Pure-heart for a protag anyway. But I hate, hate … Continue reading
I gotta learn how to make pins. Actually think it’ll be fun. Going to pin quotes from all my fav how-to writing gurus. I like Pinterest lots better than Facebook which has turned into a combo of misuse and Big … Continue reading
After a harrowing dash from well-run train to train we have arrived at Christ’s Church in Cambridge. Yesterday I got to tour the lovely glassed in botanical gardens. Saw exotic and otherworldly plants and a beautiful old arboretum. Next time … Continue reading
The restored/recreated home of Charles Rennie MacIntosh housed in the museum of the University of Glasgow was WOW. An accomplished artist friend of mine, Bill Foch, describes his experience of Glasgow’s Art Nouveau as “out of body.” Well put. As I … Continue reading
Here I am in Glasgow. Got to say, I like it better than London or Edinburgh. Since my hometown is Myrtle Beach, SC, I am prejudice against the “essence of tourism” that can grow up around some places. Maybe that … Continue reading
OK, I lied. I’m still spinning my wheels. But it isn’t the fault of the Story Solution by Eric Edson. Still my fav how-to. Brilliant man.
I know where I’m going now, how the tale must end. I’m just procrastinating, catching a cold, rearranging my office, managing commitments, hunting down dead relatives, in prep for upcoming trip to England and Scotland…….. and PROCRASTINATING!
ENFP…Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love ya, tomorrow…etc. Even have the frizzy hair. I should dye it red and get a big dog. Instead my hair is going gray (a sign about tomorrow) and I have a Siamese cat with an attitude.
I even put off renewing my membership til the last week for no reason at all. Sigh. Write on!
After a year of spinning my wheels, I’m finally going to attempt to blog. What got me off my butt (or on it, as it were)? I want to sing the praises of a wonderful book: Story Solution by Eric … Continue reading