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I WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO VISIT MY WEB SITE:
AND CHECK OUT MY HOT NEW ROMANCE NOVEL CALLED, "A PRESCRIPTION FOR LOVE". IT'S A HARD TO PUT DOWN READ THAT YOU WILL WISH WOULD NEVER END!! WHILE YOU ARE THERE PLEASE VIEW MY TV INTERVIEW VIDEO, CHECK OUT MY CONTEST AND SIGN MY GUESTBOOK. THANK YOU, LEEANNE
Yuhooo....Rachelllll! Da Queen has landed. Thank you for the invite and I'm tickled to see another Southern lass. I'm checking out Turner Pub first chance I get.
I have a dear friend who's doing a pub tour in Nashville soon with her historical fiction book, Songbirds are Free. Look for p.m. terrell coming to your town. I had the priviledge of reading the book and its first class. You won't be able to put it down.
First: I love that cut-off photo of you, very "hip"!
Second: 3,000 words a day sounds pretty good to me. I tend not to think or work in terms of word count (unless I have to, say, for a contest) but instead, whether I have fully brought a scene to life or not. My goal is usually to get it OUT of my imagination and ONTO the paper with as much atmosphere, color, texture, and LIFE I imagined it with. I know some writers work in terms of page count, (five a day, or ten a day, etc.) Anyway, thanks for the invite, and I hope to get better acquainted with you and your work. Keep up the 3,000!
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Do you find inspiration from other classic American novelists like Margaret Mitchell or Wiila Cather? PBS had a great doucumentary on Willa Cather recently. Now I'm rereading all her classics. Take care.
Darn! iput this on my chatter but I'll repeat go to www.musicnewsnashville.com then click on artist and writer's when my name comes up click on my name and you can play several of my songs. also Wayne Barker Jr .is singing some of my songs on this site wwwcdbaby.com/cd/waynebarkerjr he is singing 5 of my songs and I think he is singing 7 of his. On the authorsden web when you click on "Click Here" to see my movie trailer there is a nice song written by a friend of mine so turn on speakers. John H. Turner
Thanks for acting as a friend. We are neighbors you know, I'm in Arkansas so if you think you may be going to Hot Springs, let me know in advance and we can meet for lunch. I often visit other writer/authors when I travel, I hope you do too. Last September I was in Nashville for a Donald Maass workshop. My brother lives in Kingston Springs, not too far away.
John tells me it is a good thing to have 'friends' and I agree. What I don't know is how deep this friendship is. Would any of you loan me money or sell my novels in your town on the street corner? We gotta get this friendship thing producing for all of us. I'm gonna talk about the Alaska Writers Workshop coming up in August pretty soon. Hang in there. Jim Misko