I aim to add a comment column under the samples chapters from each book. I think an opportunity for reader feedback is totally necessary. But, I might have chosen a difficult theme to work with for this website. It is beginning to feel more than a little clunky. This one doesn't appear to allow me a way to add a reader comment section on the sample pages. The problem is getting something that works as well on mobiles as it does on the screen of a laptop. It seems to be impossible to find a tolerable compromise.
Any helpful suggestions you fire this way are appreciated. That ‘s a strong hint. I invite you to comment on any of the content on this website and my meagre attempt at a blog.
Well. Beautiful weather for Sydney for another six days apparently. At last! Now if only I can get some writing time in. Talking about giving birth. Bringing a book into the world surely is a painful task. Sitting for hours straight drinking coffee until I find myself grinding teeth, tapping away at a cold keyboard for hours on end, or just staring at it when my muse has decided to call time often makes this writer want to be somewhere else. Then there’s the tedious endless nature of proof reading.
But all of the labor is definitely worth it when the baby starts kicking. Those little you get once the characters have become more or less fully developed and you just know what they are going to do and say. Yes, well after nailing down the themes and plot, more or less. Getting a great cover from the designer is a definite kick. A kick that tells you the baby is healthy. And then the day arrives when the book comes out into the world. And there it is for everyone to see.
That’s where my analogy ends though. Because a book is nothing compared to a baby.
Congratulations Lorena and Ben! and HELLO, Arlo!!
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