Monthly Archives: June 2014

*waddles onto the blog scene*

In my writers group last night, we had a presentation on how to get published in the “Chicken Noodle Soup” series.  Honestly, I thought, “This really isn’t for me.  I like fiction and sci-fi and fanfics!”  Currently, I’m working on a little drabble (hence the reason for going to said writers group) but another part of the presentation caught my attention: blogs.  I confess, I’m not a blog reader and NOT a blogger.  There are a handful of blogs I catch weekly, but I’m a click-on-my-favorite-news or Pinterest kind of gal.  So when Marissa said that having a blog, as a writer, can build a better platform for my writing, I thought, “I can do that!”  Let me preface you, dear unknown reader that has accidentally stumbled across this page, while I’d love to play in the writing sandbox of life with the heavy hitters, I know that likely will never be (honestly, I’d never want the fame they have, it’s so invasive). Until then, I’ll try and figure out this blogging thing. 

Who knows, some day I may be in the local Barnes and Noble, signing my story in the latest “Chicken Noodle Soup” series.

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