Hang in there with the writing. Editors are a real hassle. I went
'round and 'round with one this Spring and finally gave up. Technical
writing is boring
after 30 years of it. Fiction is more fun(I've got "Blood Thirsty and Night
Phobic: The Story of Clem, the Redneck Vampire". It will never sell, but I
had loads of fun writing it.
Judy crapped, got home at 2 A.M. Two guys hit on her and did
wonders for the ol' marrried woman's ego. The kids got up at 8:00 AM and
she was not in a good mood the rest of the day(I wonder why??)!!
It was fun having two little ones to take care of again, but I would not
want a steady diet of it!!
>Thanks for the kudos! Stories are getting harder to sell these days, for
>some reason. I've got several in the pipeline now, but magazine editors
>have really been wanting the moon lately (no non-fiction without photos,
>gotta have sidebars, no simultaneous submissions). I was beginning to think
>my writing was turning to crap. Everyone needs an "attaboy" now and again.
>Bobby, did Judy hit 21 for the evening or did she bust?
>From: St. John's University Cerebral Palsy List
>[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of ( Linn A. Walsh )
>Sent: Tuesday, August 03, 1999 12:33 PM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: About Laura
>In a message dated 8/3/99 8:59:08 AM US Mountain Standard Time, [log in to unmask]
> What a wonderful story. You need to publish that somewhere. I hope
> Laura is feeling better. Judy and the grand babies are here, so I can
> relate to Blue's Clues(but not on a big screen). We babby set last night
> while Judy went to Tunica(the Las Vagas of Mississippi) with a high school
> Bobby >>
>Now I see that I'm not the only one who appreciates your superb writing!
>You have a GIFT....! Wonderful story...thanks for sharing it with us.
>God Bless always, Linn