Samantha Anastacia's Comments

Comment Wall (262 comments)

You need to be a member of She Writes to add comments!

Join She Writes

At 3:32pm on June 17, 2012, Emiliana Martín said…

Thank you for your critique. I agree with the three-pronged approach. That said, you can find my Facebook page at

My goal is 100 Likes and so far, it appears I have stalled on 41. Feel free to cruise on by and like so you can get notices about posts and anything else that is going on.

I look forward to being a part of the group.



At 10:46am on June 7, 2012, Lesa Ann Weller said…

Hi, Samantha.  Please don't think I've forgotten about what we've been discussing.  I have spent a lot of time thinking about and looking at your email.  I do want to help you with the group, but I have some questions.  So, I'll reply to your email with my thoughts and questions.  I have you and your husband in my thoughts.  You are very courageous.

At 7:37am on June 4, 2012, Connie Read Burris said…

Hi Samantha, Late Bloomers looks like just the place for me. Thanks for making me feel welcome! Our house is on the market and we are preparing to move home to Colorado, all which is very time consuming, but I'll pop onto SheWrites as time permits. Sending prayers to you and your husband.

At 11:38am on June 1, 2012, Joanne Barney said…

Samantha, I'll take any greeting I get!  Thanks for friending me.  I look forward to knowing more about you and sharing writing stories and advice or woes.  I'm working on a novel, my fifth, having published a couple as e books, and I've discovered that I love the writing part, dislike intensely the marketing part, and therefore will never get rich or famous.  But at this point in my life, that isn't my goal anymore, if it ever was. 

At 5:43pm on May 29, 2012, Mina Lobo said…

Hi, Samantha - thanks so much for the lovely welcome! I'm not only a late bloomer but a slow starter, so forgive me if I'm not too active right away - I like to mosey around and poke my nose in stuff to get a sense of things. I also am working on my time management skills and trying to figure out how to fit in all the important things (it seems there are long phases of only the "urgent" things getting my attention - you know what I mean, I'm sure). :-)

At 7:28am on May 29, 2012, Dreena D. Clark said…

Hi Samantha,


Thank you for your comments and warm welcome!

At 9:08pm on May 27, 2012, Kelli Swearingen said…
Hi Samantha,
Thanks for friending me. I look forward to talking with you.
At 9:15am on May 27, 2012, Lesa Ann Weller said…

Hi, Samantha.  Thanks for "friending" me.  I look forward to corresponding with you.  I've never run a group before, so I could use some advice to say the least.  I have no idea how it works.  I also want you to know that I appreciate so much that you started this group.  I understand getting caught up in something else, it's very understandable.  But this is your brain-child, so if you would like to, we can be co-group leaders, so that your name stays on it.  I wouldn't expect anything but advice if you have it.  It will be an honor to work with you.

At 4:43am on May 20, 2012, Edith O Nuallain said…

Hi Samantha, thank you so very very much for your wonderful advice! I shall bear it in mind, in fact I think I may use it as the basis of a future blog post, if that's ok? I think I need to do some research into this whole platform business and I definitely need to learn how to use facebook (i'm listed there under Edith Lyons - the older children insisted that I use my maiden name. Apparently its just soooo embaressing to have your mom on facebook!! :-)  As for twitter..... Baby steps...!!! Thanks for explaining why authors and wannabe authors need to keep a blog. You have cleared that up for me, and now I understand that it isn't actually a choice. Throws a whole new light on it all! xxx

At 9:30am on May 10, 2012, Edith O Nuallain said…

Hi Samantha, thank you for your lovely introduction. Goodness this certainly seems to be a vibrant and busy group. Wonderful! It may take me a while to find my way around and especially to learn how to use facebook and twitter. I have been reading a little here and there on how writers use them to raise their web profile but so far am uncertain about whether or not I want to do that. At the moment I am a quiet, invisible writer, apart from my book reviews found online and also more recently in 'Calyx'. Still I am only learning and am realizing that I have so very much to learn and understand. Forinstance I do not have a writing blog, and while part of me would like to figure out how to explore this form of writing, another part is afraid of putting myself 'out there'! I would appreciate it though if you could point me to some resources which might teach me or show me how to begin blogging. Setting up a blog page is relatively easy. Its what to do next and what to write about that perplexes me! Also how doing such is useful to the writer and the development of the writing life. Eg in what ways is writing for a blog different from keeping say a journal, apart that is from visibility? Can you offer reasons why someone like me might choose to maintain a regular blog? Actually this might be a great question to throw out to the group!

Thank you for your kind introduction and your interest. It certainly feels like 'home' here!

Edith xxx

At 8:50am on April 16, 2012, Beth Lane said…

Wow - this group is organized - I love it.  I'm very happy that I found you - will tell some other Tucson writers about you also!  Glad to be here!

At 10:32pm on April 12, 2012, Valerie M Honey. said…

Thank you for taking me on as a friend Samantha.

  Time for bad here in Canada.

At 3:15pm on April 12, 2012, Valerie M Honey. said…

   I have just joined She Writes. Would I qualify? I am certainly over 40. I blog, post excerpts  of my work in progress and have a FB page under Heather Rowan.

At 11:05am on April 9, 2012, Sheri L. Swift said…

I thought we were too!  Lol!  ; )

At 1:41am on April 8, 2012, Fi Phillips said…

Hi Samantha, thanks for the email this morning. As I can't respond via reply on that address, I've responded (in a friendly way) on our group as a new discussion. Hope that helps.

At 10:06am on March 22, 2012, c.a. Marks said…

Oh hey! Thanks for the warm welcome. 

At 2:18am on March 21, 2012, Dianne Baines said…

Samantha, thank you  for the very welcoming message that you sent through to me. This sounds like so much fun. Are you really over 40, you are so lovely you look about 20. I look forward to chatting  on a variety of media outlets.

At 6:41pm on March 12, 2012, Sheri L. Swift said…

Samantha, I wrote a message to you on "Our Blog" thread!  S-O-S  :/

At 3:27pm on March 6, 2012, Kathie Leung said…

Hi Samantha, 

I'm in the throes of a deadline and your group, Late Bloomers, is apparently a very active one. I may have bitten off more than I can chew at the moment so please forgive me if you don't see me in the group right now, posting, responding, and participating. 

My Facebook isn't readily accessible by a simple search. However, you can access it via the Chico Writers Group page as I'm the page (and group's) founder. 

Ah, the Accurate Auto saga. That was a couple years back. Kathie Writes is my ::cough, cough:: more current blog and I would love for some feedback on the short bits I've written and posted there. That whole ordeal with those swindlers was settled via their warranty maker. Not exactly in the sum I was looking for, but better than what they originally offered. Done, over with, I'm moving on. It's interesting to hear an outside perspective, though, especially with the writing slant put on it. I try to be articulate and am glad to hear I was. Ordinarily I run at the mouth when I'm that upset and not always, so I'm told, cohesively. 

I have three new online critiquers I'm juggling right now which is relatively new to me. They're pushing me to churn out these chapters and keep to my self-imposed deadline. Once I get past this, then you'll most likely see me around. 



At 4:55pm on March 4, 2012, Vanessa Grassi said…

Hi Samantha!  I meant to reply earlier but have been really busy as I know you can relate.  How are you?  I'm heading over to the group now.  Thanks for all the help and suggestions.  Its been great meeting you.  :)


Latest Activity

Pepper Hume commented on the blog post 'First Line Catches the Reader'
"Learned long ago how critical the first line is. Second, is the last line, but that's another story. Here are my two favorites and my newest. Can't wait to see what happened to put Claudie in that position. I’ve heard that Los…"
2 hours ago
Stacey Chillemi liked Stacey Chillemi's profile
6 hours ago
Stacey Chillemi updated their profile
6 hours ago
Mary Anderson posted an event

This week, we were present with the absentee. Next week, step into shadows. at everywhere!

March 29, 2017 at 6pm to April 5, 2017 at 5pm
This weekly writing exploration begins with a word.Last week's was absentee.Next week's? Shadows.Write anything you'd like, using shadows as the starting point, and submit your piece to by next Wednesday, April 5, by 5 pm or…See More
6 hours ago




© 2017   Created by Kamy Wicoff.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service