Oh, heading over now.
Probably by my kinky hair. See you at Rhemalda's.
Anne and Yvonne, Thanks for stopping in over at Rhemalda--posting on my own blog is one thing, but on a publisher's blog...new territory for me! Thanks for your support, both of you :)
Hi! Made my way over from Anne's blog. I'm also a close friend of Michelle Davidson Argyle. Nice to meet you! ;o) And congrats!
Jessica, thanks for stopping in! And congratulations on STRING BRIDGE!...and Anne and Michelle are at the top of my favorites list :)
I don't know who I'd be, but I'd probably get sick of coconuts pretty quick.
C'mon Bryan--a resourceful fellow like you? You'd be chasing crabs, digging clams and spearing fish in no time! No one gets sick of those, lol ;)
Interesting question! I like these people who can roll off a "me in 30 seconds" and make it sound so interesting and authentic.
Definitely an interesting scenario to consider. I suppose it might work in character development for a story, too.And a huge congrats on your publishing contract ... Raising my coffee (decaf now) cup in a toast to much success ... Cheers :)
I love that photos. It seems so peaceful.Wow, I missed some big news while I was away. Congrats!
Karen, I know what you mean! It's taken me more than 50 years and I'm still tying to figure it out! ;)Glenn,,, ;)...Joanne, I hadn't actually thought about it for exploring a character, but you are so right! And thanks for your congrats! Can't wait to hear your news! :)Stina, gotta love stock photos! sure wish it were one I took, which would mean I'd have to be on that beach! Glad you're back!