The Communicator is completed at 78000 words and sitting on my agent’s desk. He is pissed off at the short paragraphs, and action packed tendencies that “...infiltrate and infect your prose, drag you away from literature, and abandon you in a sea of shipwrecked, mass market drivel.” He goes on, but I’ll spare the reader. He’ll get over it, and I’ll argue with him and edit for the next few months, re-title, re-name, and publish.
I usually spend my time in a small room listening to the World Service and enticing the keyboard to write something valid. Authonomy has been an interesting social networking experience (my first), a disappointing critical experience, and an obsessive Back to Back experience. It has been fun, however, and I found a few good books and a few writers worthy of being published
I owe a debt of gratitude to Fernado Pessoa from whom I learned that there is more than one life, more than one name, and more than one writer in me.
I urge you all to invest your passion in your writing. And when you read a book if nothing else, be critical.
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