you do not have to worry, about your statement **** Do not put statements in the negative form. ** You do not have to worry about that. I am not a negative person. I enjoy life while talking to people about whatever comes to mind. I will not criticize anything that one will write, be it spelling or grammar. nor, will I find any disatisfaction with anything said or done by anyone. I am not here to judge anyone. I instead look forward in meeting many good people.
Thanks for inviting me to join you. I am a novice when it comes to all this internet stuff. My 1st book has sold 16 copies so far. My cousin is my editor & I am waiting for him to finish formating my 2nd book before we get some copies printed. You know how it is said that the 2 topics you don't bring up in polite company are religion & politics? Well, that is what I write about. The 1st 2 are non-fiction & the 3rd is fiction. The 3rd was suppose to be a play. But I was advised that it would have a better chance of seeing the light of day if it were made into a novel.
Thank you so much for commenting! I certainly will make sure I share some writing very soon. I haven't had a chance to put anything up yet, but I intend to share some flash fiction, some poems, and some different work with Authors.com. It's a real honor for you to stop in, and I look forward to seeing you again!
I just came up with a flash fiction mystery piece called "Investigating Lola" that's up now if you'd like to read it in my blog posts. I did have something, after all. Thank you, and I hope you like it!
Thanks for the welcome. I'm looking forward to getting to know people, share experiences (mine is mostly frustration at the moment as I'm trying to get my first book published which is really hard since I can't go down the self-publishing route.) I read quite a lot and have a lot of varied tastes, depending on my mood and interest. Any help, advice or general chit chat will be welcome and hope that the weather over there is better than we've got here i.e. cold, freezing rain and generally miserable. Cheers for now, Nigel