Hi Diana .. I did wonder! I know my typing definitely has deteriorated, but I need to concentrate... and thankfully the brain or red lines click in when I've done something wrong .. so I immediately correct.Good luck .. I think I'll miss the wisdom above! Cheers and happy writing with your eyes open please! Hilary
And a good afternoon to you, Hilary! It was the quiet snoring that made me open my eyes. I don't snore, of course. It must have been Orlando, my five year old male cat who snores as loud as anyone's grandfather... HAD to have been him!
What a great share! Very nice. Do you even remember what you were trying to say? I've never tried blind writing. I think you've inspired me to give it a whirl! Writer’s Mark
Welcome back, LaRonda! We missed you! Well, yes, I was trying to write a chapter in my fable about a giant crocodile that falls out of the sky and turns a family's life (happily) upside-down. I believe he was encountering a villain. That was the scene. What deathless bits of prose were fighting their way through my fingertips and failing in their endeavor, I think I will never know....
LOL. This is hilarious. It starts off making sense and then devolves into gibberish. I can imagine you slowly falling asleep at the keyboard... ;) Oh NaNo!!!
Hi, Liz -I couldn't stop laughing at some of the gibberish. The only answer is coffee, I suspect... (It's so much fun!)
Hahahaaa...I've written a few lines like that. And Oooo the cover for the Thirty Cubic Crocodile is awesome!
Thanks, Cathrina - I had fun designing it. It's about as close to a crocodile as I want to get...
Ha! When I start drinking that's what my writing devolves into around three to four glasses in. ;)