Congrats. As writers we all have our version of looking in people's windows. Why would we pass up on such a goldmine of material? :-)
Best wishes with your blog and your novel
The photo is gorgeous. I like the one on the right - it's cleaner, doesn't take away from the art (which seems to perfectly fit the title) and is not cartoonish. For some reason, to me, the one of the L looks…"
There are plenty of lurkers on AW, however if you didn't join or sign in and attempted to go into a member's profile that might have prompted the message. Meaning that you're and outsider attempting to access…"
I'm not sure how to answer that, but if you don't want to receive emails from a specific group you're in, there's always an option on the bottom of the email that says click here if you want to stop receiving messages. Good luck!
Glad to have you in the novelist group! You might introduce yourself by telling us what you’re working on in the “Show Me Your Novel and I’ll Show You Mine” discussion if you're not too uncomfortable talking about what you're working on. And we do a live chat every Wednesday; hope you can join us for that!
cracked window looks at clouds, the mountain.ledge, dead moths stretched out inall their softness, stunned by light. sewn curtains stir memories, indicatea private place to weave and menda dream. here are the items, the installations,here are the…See More
"I will be promoting my book on SheWrites and any/everywhere else I can! (Oh, for a solid marketing plan)
Thanks again for the opportunity to read your pages, and for lunch and good time for talking.