|Me performing with my band "spAnk" at|
Melbourne University back in 1999, I think.
I wasn't always this bad. It's gotten worse the older I've become. What's with that? It sorta reminds me of how the older you get, the more ill you feel on a roller coaster. I really wonder what it is, with age, that exaggerates small fears until they blow out of proportion. Have you ever seen a grown man jump on top of his desk at the sight of a cockroach? I have.
Okay ... seriously. I can't talk about this. So I'm just going to ask you ... what's your biggest fear?
Lovely blog participants today ...
Katrina Lantz ~ (Review) One of the sweetest in the blogosphere.
Madeline Sharples ~ (Review/Interview) Amazing author of Leaving the Hall Light On, and cherished friend.
Mel Chelsey ~ (Review) High fantasy writer and reader ... this shall be interesting ...
"My name is Mel Chesley and I'm a fantasy author (soon to be published! With Hellfire Publishing!), a mom, a wife and a keeper of kittens. This is my blog, such as it is, with ramblings and musings of my writing journey. Sometimes I'm a smart ass, sometimes I'm not. But I do try to be somewhat entertaining and hope to at least get you to laugh, or maybe even cry on this journey we call writing."
Phanee ~ (Review) Fellow Grecian, lovely lady ... :o)
“Do not read, as children do, to amuse yourself, or like the ambitious, for the purpose of instruction. No, read in order to live.”
Rosie Connolly ~ (Review) Thank you for being such a wonderful supporter!
"The left half of my brain is trying to suppress the creativity of the right half, while the right half of my brain is trying to suppress the order of the left. It makes for one disoriented life. As a writer of light Urban Fantasy, I tend to write extended, multi-volume works. I also dabble in drabbles and short stories when the mood strikes."
Sherry Auger ~ (Review) Her kinds words were music to my ears ...
"Writing has become necessary in my life. It is in the air I breathe, the food for my soul, and the path of resistance. Having my novels published is my aim. Short stories in magazines and online websites is good, but to achieve success requires dedication, patience, and humility".
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Melody Hill: On the Other Side, please go to: AWAL