Oh my golly Tania. Here is a really funny coincidence. Barbara was born in a town 20 minutes north of me and was here in the Berkshires at the Millay Colony on retreat. We had a sweet exchange. I will email you about guest blog posting. I hope your evening is lovely. I am so happy to be connected. xo S
Thank you for accepting. I enjoyed your blog post and your comments on my blog made me smile. I am packing up and heading to another beach town for a couple of weeks. Hopefully I will be very productive as there are a million things swirling around in my head that need to be released!
Thanks so much--you're right, it IS nice to connect! Wow--what a busy house you must have. How do you find the time and willpower to write? I am still searching for that magic potion that will make family life, work, and writing all come together clearly.
PS: OF COURSE, I'd be honored to be interviewed! Any time. I have a fantastic story about how SOP came about and I'm happy to share "the process." The better way to reach me is at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to talking with you!
Hi Tania! Thanks for the compliment! I'll share with the illustrator! My apologies that it's taken me so long to respond. I'm embarrassed to say I just now realized there were comments waiting for me on my page! I'm gonna check out your blog now. Thanks for the link. You must be on Facebook. Let's connect there too. SOP is at www.facebook.com/scienceofparenthood.
Thanks so much for responding! I wrote you a very lengthy comment and poof! I did something wrong. Anyway, I have read The Girl Who Fell From The Sky and a collection of short stories entitled If I Loved You, I Would Tell You This. I have written a memoir originally and received many rejections. Long tale of woe, but I have started a novel and am working my way through a plot line.
I have been frazzled lately, problems with my daughter's cat Stanley who is now (somehow) my cat...Stanley is no fool. I will write more about the poetic aspect of my writing. I am very pleased to have made a contact with a kindred soul. Thanks for being so nice, Cheryl
Left a comment on your blog - not sure it went through so here it is (sorry if you got both):
Loved this entry too! You write so well with such passion and vivid imagery - a pleasure to read.
When my kids were younger (and even now when sick or depressed) they love/d reading Patricia C. Wrede's "Dealing with Dragon" series - a wonderful book about a princess who is so bored with etiquette lessons and wants to learn latin and magic. She runs away and becomes an apprentice to a mighty Dragon (female too). It is a wonderful book of strong, bright females. I recommend it!
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My anger seethes. In theory, I know it is not healthy, yet I seek out what produces it. It’s an addiction. My anger came to a peak after watching the movie “Welcome to Sarajevo.” Critics claimed it was not accurate and that there are better movies…See More