Monday, January 30, 2006

Things I think of in the bath.....

Anyone remember the tub scene from the first "Nightmare on Elm Street"? If I close my eyes while soaking it will replay in my memory at least once.
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I'm about to turn 35. Shouldn't I have grown out of my fasination with tatoos yet?
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It has come to my attention that my heroine HATES! her name. Nice of her to mention it now. Hello! It's been 3 months ya couldn't have said something sooner? Sheesh. Ok so I will admit that her name was a quick choice with little actual thought in place. Also the fact that after polishing the first 35 pages it suddenly dawned on me that I haven't really discribed her at all. I wonder if that will make it flow better.
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Where would I put another tatoo?
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If I was to quit my job what else would I do? Besides being a published author, that's a given.....
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My characters tend to become permanent voices in my head. Some come and go, others never leave. Although I am curious to see if writing thier stories exorcises them? Simply put, it's getting crowded in there.
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I wonder if my brother could help me with a website?
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Should I concentrate on next....a sequal to the book I am writing or one of my historicals? Mideavel or Regency?
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Did the intervention of the fates last week save me from a crushing blow from negative score sheets, forceing me to improve the content before sending it in?
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Is building a website positive thinking or complete arrogance?
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hhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmm I wonder if I will ever soak enough to answer these or will I just come up with more questions???

3 comments:

Paxa said...

You're never too old for another tattoo

Tori Lennox said...

And having a website is hardly arrogant. :)

FeyRhi said...

That is what I was thinking Paxa. Still stuck on what and where so until I figure that out I am hovering at 3 ;o) Saw some beautiful ones from some of Brian Froud's work.

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*attempting to pull foot from mouth*

It's not that I think having a website is arrogant. More that I don't have a full manuscript done yet, let alone a publishing contract so creating a website for myself struck me as a bit..arrogant? Putting the cart before the horse?
Counting my chickens before they're hatched? etc.. (I think I am having too much fun remembering metaphores LOL)

OR

Could it be called self promotion, getting my name out there. That way
when my book is done, it's possible I may sell one or two?

OR
I am having yet another neurotic moment and should stop worrying so much LOL