well i have this site www.whatwomenmake.com in addition to my still-hidden novel www.chaunceyzalkin.com for now.. i have a character in my novel who is an ex-detective and she gives a seminar on information that is both practical and metaphysical. its a bit of a surrealist book overall. i wish i'd had your site for research!
My oldest son passed away in 2004. He loved animals and we had a houseful. His last request was a monkey. I told him when he moved out he could have one. This past year I wrote and illustrated with watercolor the book, Believe, which I dedicated to him and all families that walked in these same shoes. The most interesting thing happened when I created the first picture. On the top of the grandmother's head is the outline of a monkey, and on the right side of her head is my son's profile. Spirit sure does have a sense of humor. As you know when you do watercolor you drop the ink and pull. You never know what is going to appear. I treasure that painting. If you ever know of anyone who lost a child or loved one, please direct them to my site where they can purchase my book. http://pattiewelekhall.com
By the way, Andrea, I stopped in to get to know you better and see that you live in Hot Springs. I was born and raised in Augusta and have friends in Hot Springs. Isn't that a conincidence . . . ? Ah do consider myself a Southern Writer.
Hi Andrea, Thanks so much for putting me in touch here with you and what looks to be an exciting site. The problem may be that I want to spend more time getting to know it than I can afford, but I am looking forward to working thru. Jean
Hi Andrea, thank you so much for befriending me! This is a huge site and am just now trying to figure it out. I see that you are from Arkansas. My Dad was born in the the Summers/Siloam Springs area. It is pretty there. ~ Kathy
Andrea, Delighted to have you join us the Novelist group. You might jump in 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. I’ll look forward to chatting with you!
Hello, so nice to meet you! Thanks for adding me :)
Your books on legal procedure look quite interesting, I'm going to have to find them. I'm planning on becoming a paralegal, so any information I can get is a bonus.
Wish you the best of luck, and I hope you're enjoying the site.
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