Only a few short hours to go and you will find out what the big secret is on my blog on April 1st.
In the meantime, I’ve added links to blogs/sites that I follow and have added a rather lengthy biography about me (subject to change if I decide I can write it better and more concise… not to mention add other goodies.
Watch here on April 1st. Something exciting is coming to Celtic Connexions. And no, it’s not an April Fools joke.
So… since everyone has an enquiring mind that needs to know… least that’s what the National Enquirer and other tabloids bank on, if you want to find out what this exciting news is, you’ll just have to stop by here on Friday, April 1st to find out.
Have you ever noticed how being spammed comes in waves? You’ll go for long stretches and your filter catches all off the wee blighters, and other times, they get through and run riot. While it can be interesting reading by times, it’s a pain in the a$$ having to be ever vigilant and deleting the wee blighters. I’m sorry, but I couldn’t resist. I had to include this mp3 clip. monty_python_spam_song-ringtone
Since the review was submitted to Brian for inclusion, Chris’s book is also available at Smashwords for download for a variety of other platforms in addition to the Kindle for $3.99 US.
You can check it out at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/49443
Yesterday’s Brian Henry workshop was fantastic! As with all the other workshops I’ve attended, this one sent me away energized and ready to write. The amount of information given never leave you feeling overloaded or overwhelmed. Brian has a way of entertaining while teaching.
I’m looking forward to his next workshop that I’m registered for on April 10th.
Not sure what’s the root cause of it, but the “S” key on my laptop has been wonky of late, to say the least. Right now it seems to be working fine but when you’re working away on a “particularly gripping” segment, having to go back and add “s” every time it doesn’t appear where it should becomes extremely frustrating, not to mention by the time you get the missing letters added, your train of thought as been derailed. Sometimes, it’s so bad that even when you go back and read from the beginning of the passage you never get back on track. Your vision of the perfect scene is up in a poof of smoke… or a wonky “s”.
Well, we were a bit later getting started today but all in all, successful for the three of us. I managed 817 words on my manuscript, even though I was contending with an “s” key that wasn’t responding. Still isn’t cooperating as well as I would like it to but it is behaving better. Think the keyboard on the laptop needs a D&C.