COMMENT ABOUT: I Caught a Shark! A SHARK!!
I love you, Girl. I was blown away when I got a Facebook post that you “caught a shark”. Then I went to the site, and saw the “far away shot” and I fell on the ground laughing…
Sorry, but remember “crocodile Dundee,” when the guy pulled a knife on him and he said, “That’s not a knife.” Then he pulled out a 30-inch Bowie knife….??
“That’s not a shark…….. ((insert photo of Great White))….. THAT’S a shark!”
CONGRATS!! I know it had to be thrilling regardless. I was gonna post something about coming to dinner to have “Shark Steaks”, but now I know, we’d have to go fishing again to accommodate……..
LOVE YOU! Thank you so much for making my day!
Six Days to Zeus: Alive Day (Based on a True Story)
“Six Days to Zeus: Alive Day” is currently optioned by Phoenix Pictures to become a blockbuster movie. Watch for the rest of the series as it becomes available!
COMMENTS ABOUT : Using Facebook to Sell Books…but NOT in the way you think!
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The Art and Craft of Writing and Editing
Writing is a constant dialogue between author and reader.
The craft of writing involves an interchange of emotions between an author and a reader. An author creates a story line, conflict, and characters, gives his characters words to speak, and then hands off these materials to a reader. This process results in a constant dialogue between the mental imagery produced by a reader and that proposed by the author.
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