Waiting. It’s what I’m learning to do a lot of. I wrote Deathday Letter and waited to hear back from agents. I sent them the manuscript and waited to hear their responses. I did some revisions and waited to see what they thought. We submitted to publishers and then waited to hear back from them.
Starting out the week with a laugh… BTW – The Pretty Woman he’s singing about is probably in his basement under a tarp.
This week has been crap. It’s been crappier than crap. It’s been crap with corn. So here’s the funny:
It was about a year and a half ago that I decided to really take my writing seriously. I hadn’t written much in a couple of years and I was surprised by how terrible and out of practice I was. I’d sit for ten minutes trying to think of a word. That’s because writing is
I’m at THAT point. I’m 50k words in and I just want to strangle my book. All the doubt has begun to seep in. Wondering if it’s any good, if it’s worth continuing, if Deathday Letter was just a fluke. Sometimes persevering is hard work, man. Especially with this book. I know what the last
See more funny videos and TBT Videos at Today’s Big Thing.
When I was a freshman in high school, I took algebra with Mrs. Alley. I really hated that woman. I hated her as much as I hated algebra. Math just isn’t my strong suit. Homework isn’t either. Anyway, I took algebra with a girl named Stephanie G. I didn’t know most of the kids in
Today is a busy day so I’m just going to leave you with this video. I can’t decide what made me laugh more, the white girl in the tan pants dancing or the fact that the guy in the blue sweater carried a jar of mayonnaise around for the first half of the video. Happy