How many of you write something--think it sounds as clear as a Florida fall day--and then when someone else reads it and gives you feedback--you wonder if they read your neighbor's story?
This phenomenon happens to me quite often here in Blogworld. Makes me wonder if my writing off-line sometimes does the same thing.Hope not.
But it makes me think I need to be less fluffy sometimes in my writing and get right to the point--like I do in my conversations with people.
So I'll get to the point now.
(I'll bet you're thinking ooooohhhh . . . she's going to spill something good.)
Hang on. Don't start making the popcorn yet.
I had a pretty up and down writing week last week--one acceptance--one agent rejection --and a box of my books came to my house with my latest story in it plus a nice check.
So I am starting this week without any expectations . . . except for one.
I Will Write.
Was I clear enough?
(Now spill your guts about your week's expectations. I'll get the ice cream.)