Every day starts anew.
Today I wrote a Guest Blog over at the Etiquette Bitch website!
In it, I confess to being a rude and inappropriate person.
Go check it out!
Steampunk romance? And I think I write in odd genres! I enjoyed your guest post, but couldn't leave a comment there, so I'm leaving it here. I thought you were a runner. Isn't there supposed to be a zen-like state you get from running? Or is it a zombie-like state? So how do you manage to overcome the effects of running to become a rude person? (If I might be so rude as to ask.)
Nice post! I agree we should challenge the "write what we know," deal. I often do. I mean I'm not really in tune with what teenagers these days like, but I'm going to have to be :)
Running just makes me tired, which just makes me cranky. And who knows what teenagers like? It's a mystery to everyone.Hey, did anyone notice that I hit fifty followers? Thanks people!
Okay. I can handle it all. I tend to love rude people. But not tipping much? THAT'S just horrible!I believe in write what you know. But I think you know a lot more than you think you know... That's where the imagination comes in. For instance, I'm not a man. But I can imagine what it might be like to be one. My husband's a man (duh) and so is my father and plenty of my friends. Therefore, vicariously I know what it's like to be a man and can write accordingly.
For the record, I do tip well. A writer definitely has to write what he doesn't know...otherwise nothing would ever get written!Check out the movie "The History of Lying" if you want a great example.
Hey, thanks for stopping by my blog. I really like what I see here - I'm in a love affair with Steampunk at the moment - so I'll definitely be stopping back by here regularly. Good luck for you in NaNo!
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