I have grown since then as a writer- my voice, my story telling, my grammar. I was going to rework the story and submit but I think I want to concentrate on new stories with my short fiction market. That is stories that haven't been published anywhere. So I hope you enjoy a blast from the past.
I'll let you know when I get my other stories up there.
The blog post's title sounds like a romance novel doesn't it. Though while there is a love affair in this tale, it is of the platonic kind. The kind you have for things not people.
I am talking about my new MacBook Pro (the slowly going to be paid off MacBook). Yes finally!! I have coveted this for just as long as my iMac, perhaps longer and finally bit the bullet and purchased.
It's a 13" 2.4 GHz model - check the models out here.
Yes I am in love. The keyboard is comfortable for me. I love the Macs keys. I don't have to work as hard as other computer keyboards and that includes my netbook (EeePC) which caputed on me a couple of months back.
It's the perfect size for me in screen size and is portable and flexible to use. Since I have an iMac I didn't think I needed a huge screen to carry around with me. I am still getting use to the trackpad. They have so many options of what they can do, but seriously love, love, love this.
So is it a good thing I can blog from anywhere other than at my desk, especially at 2am? Hmmm....I'm really hoping this will be used for my writing, especially with NaNoWriMo coming up. Also being a CFS sufferer, I can jot things down when I'm resting or am feeling too sore for the desk.
Did I tell you how much I love my MacBook Pro? *wink*
Uha - yes it's life getting in the way of blogging. But I've been good an keeping up with some polishing, so all is not lost. Today though I feel like a zombie - I always do after my chiropractic and massage appointment. And before you say oh lovely massage. This remedial massage, which bloody hurts. Ouch!!!
I always have a good sleep after and today was no exception but I'm still zonked so will not be doing too much until tomorrow afternoon I think.
In the meantime, I came across this on the Smart Bitches, Trashy books blog.
Who ever though librarians boring? Well I certainly don't (OK so I'm an ex-librarian...still *wink*)
I love my local library network. While a never ending stock of books would be lovely, it's a) not affordable and b) not feasible. So I borrow books and new to me authors from the library, as well as borrowing DVDs of movies and TV series.