Not exactly sure why I titled this "Friday Blues".
Today is anything but sad. ( . . . For the most part. We won't get into my irrational highs and lows. I'll save that for the other blog.)
It's been one hell of a month, though, and I can't express how enthused I am to be sitting on my couch, computer on my lap, watching black and white television, and WRITING!
Gee, it's been so long, and no one had the nerve to say, "Hey, if you don't write for a month, you'll lose your soul!" So imagine the tugging on my heart from the lack of words, and the separation of all-things-light inside of me.
Don't say I didn't tell you so!
Okay, but beside all that, the distance from my laptop has actually been a great thing--believe it or not.
I've actually come up with a new series for ya'll! (No worries, I'll still be continuing the series on How Writers Made it Big.)
I think you all will take liking to this one: It's a series on how to get published in the twenty-first century--something I wish I could find on the web.
How are you going to write this, considering you're not published, you might ask?
Simple: I read!
Okay, so there's this awesome book, written by a literary agent, who gives all these tips on how to get published. Along with that, I'll give you my personal experience on each tip and what I think about it. (Trust me, I've read this book twice.) It's quite interesting, and it held my attention, so I trust it will hold yours also.
That's it for today's post. I will now enjoy my Green/Orange tea and work on my manuscript for this new book.
Till next time Blog World,
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