Wherein I endeavour to share writerly advice lightened with humour, pictures and a dollop of 1930s-1940s history.
I love it! We all approach the writing differently, but we also have so much in common. Thanks Elspeth!
Coming from different directions to the same central center - creating a wonderful book for others to read. Love it.MasonThoughts in Progress
Thanks for the delightful, and so true, post.
Elizabeth; I think we have more in common than we realize. Somedays, I find it a true comfort.Mason; We all have our own paths, but the goal is the same.Terry; And thank YOU for letting me know you liked it!
Oh, yes. And if I haven't told you before, I love how you pull these little pieces together with images :)
Great story by pictures. I am all and none of the above. :)CD
Elspeth - Thanks : ). This tells better than just about anything else how we can all be writers, even though we do it in different ways and with different sorts of creations. I've written in lots of different places and with different implements (although not a chisel, I must say), and yes, it's all writing. Tres cool!
Carol; Thanks. That news makes me feel fuzzy. Fuzzy is good - or at least this type of fuzzy.Clarissa; I think many of us are!Margot: I've yet to use a chisel too. Although I must admit, some days I think it feels like I am!
Wasn't someone looking for people to do picture books?Elspeth, you know I love what you do! MaryGiggles and Guns
I LOVE it! What a fantastically original and wonderful approach. I think you just made my day.
Wonderful visual story. I do so enjoy your creativity.
Mary; Was someone? I never heard about this...KM; What a kind thing for you to say. Thank you so much.Maryann; Thank you. As I've said before, they're fun to do.
This is absolutely fantastic, as all your similar stories are. Like Clarissa says, I am all of them, and none :-)
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