Thank you Alex J. Cavanaugh
Remember, the question is optional!
May 3 Question: What is the weirdest/coolest thing you ever had to research for your story?
The awesome co-hosts for the May 3 posting of the IWSG will be Nancy Gideon, Tamara Narayan,Liesbet @ Roaming About, Michelle Wallace, and Feather Stone!
This WIP stinks.
I'll never be a perfect writer.
Everybody writes better than I do.
Why did I ever think I could write a good story?
Nobody likes what I write.
Nobody will ever read this, but me.
Please pass the repellent. It's really called Buzz Off!
There are no perfect writers, just people practicing.
Everybody writes differently. Appreciate your uniqueness.
If you thought you could write a good story once, then you probably can, unless you stop trying.
Not everybody will like what you write, but a lot of people will.
Somebody will read it if you put it out there. Otherwise, you are 100% right.
The answer to the question of the month is I can't answer it. If our democracy fails and a totalitarian regime takes over and monitors our searches, I'll be arrested based on my research history. They'd pegged me as an arsonist, a gun runner, a juvenile delinquent dodging the police, a failed suicide and a potential rapist. Then there are the drugs and the illegal smuggling operations and the armed robberies that I'm probably planning. I should start writing picture books. They won't arrest writers for looking up bunnies, will they?
If you've missed the news, HERO LOST, the IWSG anthology is officially launched and available in Print and Ebooks in all formats. Get your copy now!
So there you have it. Another first Wednesday and another #IWSG post to kick off a new month. Enjoy May. Buy Hero Lost and if I'm arrested for suspicious online searches and need character references, I hope I can count on you.