Wherein I endeavour to share writerly advice lightened with humour, pictures and a dollop of 1930s-1940s history.
LOL! These are great, Elspeth! I really enjoy these picture posts/stories!
Elspeth - Thanks for giving us the next installment of this story. I've been wondering what happened to your cuddly monster. And I love the way you show us all the decisions an author goes through as the story goes along. I look forward to Part III : ).
Crystal; Thanks for letting me know.Margot; PART III?????
I love these ... horns and all.
This is great. You never fail to bring a smile to my face with these.MasonThoughts in Progress
Great fun... Nice rhythm to it as well...!
Carol; Oh...the horns...Mason; That's great to know. Thanks!Lou; I'm glad you enjoyed it.
That's so funny. Obviously, those horns are driving everyone nuts.CD
I'm with Margot: looking forward to Part III!!!
These are so darn cute! That little dragon is a fiesty guy!
Love the Vuvuzela!! It's the theme of this World Cup. They're selling like hotcakes in UK, if you can imagine. I'm off to RSA for the Ghana vs Australia game- icey cold and I'm camping. I think I get three stars for that and a Ghanian win.
I, too, love these picture stories! You going to you make a picture book for writers? (No joke here, I assure you.)ACK! The Vuvuzela/s! The multitude of them sound like a friggin' swarm of bees!At 125 decibels, the noise is equal to an airplane taking off, so it certainly is a pain to the ears for the spectators and players all 90 minutes of the game. And that's only ONE game.Imagine, if you had tickets to ALL the games!!!Ouch!
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