Thanks for the warm welcome, Chuck! (...or should that be 'The Chuck'? ;) )
I look forward to checking out your work. I'm a sucker for a good scifi/horror story. My work is primarily short/medium fiction in a variety of genres stretching from historic thriller to science fiction to folklore and supernatural.
Hi Chuck...don't know if you are into romantic fiction..I have a few male friends who have read @A String of Pearls' trilogy...it is now on Kindle as three separate downloads...'A String of Pearls'; 'It will all be over by Christmas' and 'As Time Goes By'...have almost completed a book of short stories entitled'Baker's Dozen thriteen tales of mixed genre...one very humorus one (but it has a sad ending) can see you smiling when I tell you that my beloved Labrador Leo (now deceased) 'pawed' his life story as he was quite famous having his picture in a major tabloid...tell you more sometime as it is getting late good thing I am insomniac..Goodnight
Thanks for your "friends" request. This is a whole new experience for me. Thought writing my novel Reflection Of Evil and embracing the publishing process was a challenge until I embarked on promoting my work. Now I realise that was the easy part!!! I'm hoping to begin writing again in the very near future. So miss the wonderful isolation, the connection to the imaginary world written expression brings. I know the time is near as I've found myself unable to sleep or if I drift off find myself waking up in the middle of the night in the midst of inspiration, the formation of a story, new characters making their presence known. It's a catch 22!! Do I pull back from spending time promoting my current novel or use that time creating something new? "Time" is so precious and needs to be used wisely. Apart from writing I also work part time, have numerous household responsibilties to take care of and even though I have 4 independant adult children it's important to still be there for them, share in their lives, spend quality time with them. And then there's my darling husband George who works 50+ hours a week in a stressful position, so I need to be there for him too. Can you provide any advice on how best to manage this and still keep creative expression flowing??
Look forward to hearing from you. Have a great day.
Hi, Chuck! Nice to meet you. I'm an internationally published author, and I dabble in all kinds of genres, I love to mix them up constantly. Haven't had a chance to look around here much, but I'm looking forward to getting to know everyone! :)
Thanks for the welcome, Chuck! I may have bitten off more than I can chew by joining at this time because I recently signed with a traditional publisher for my second novel, Bread and Circuses, a psychological suspense/fictional crime novel. Sunny has been sending me e-mails galore so I decided to stick a toe in. We're just starting a line-by-line edit and my time is tight until it's their turn to respond to me. Count me as a friend! Scott
hello, i think we have got a lot in common since i also do enjoy writing mysterious stuffs, my sophisticated huge TV series, a mysterious coffin is going to take the world by the storm, an extremely deadly serial killer attacks USA and killing millions. It is worst horrors and full of the unbelievable action. Right now i am working on another huge sophisticated horror TV series, the betrayal and i am almost done creating it. soThe betrayal is one of my huge blockbuster horror TV series going to take the world by the storm. I am almost done with the creating it. Two extremely deadly creatures a huge anaconda and bird attack USA killing millions. Two extremely deadly vampires Stacy and Diana strike deadly and killing millions and then the cemetery turning into the worst nightmares for everybody. i am really looking forwards to our friendship.
Hi, Chuck. Thanks for the warm welcome. I see that you have been a busy boy! A massive collection of work and an awesome presentation. I will have to hustle and bustle to catch up with you, but have no fear, my genre is memoir and autobiography. In real life I am an artist, painter and sculptor etc. But thanks for the welcome, again. Lynne
I know what you mean! A couple of bouts with the big C, surviving, decided to get it all down on paper before it was too late. Funny thing, years ago a friend who worked at medical devices manufacturing company rescued a bunch of one inch stainless steel sheets that parts had been cut out of for devices, and gave them to me, and I turned them into sculpture. [In the real world, I have been an artist for fifty years and still counting. Small world!
[PS i'm such a non tech nerd and newby that I accidentally sent this message to myself, had to copy and past it here! :>}
Hi Chuck :)
Many thanks for the welcome. I'm not interested in Sci-Fi, but congrats on your success in this genre. I've only one published novel to my name, and it's horror fantasy. I would of course like to be your friend here :)
Hi Chuck, so sorry this is late but I did not get a notification of your message! I have sent you a friend request. Thanks for the information about you, and your works sound fascinating and interesting! I love sci-fi (just written a short story called The Door that I want to publish directly to Kindle) so I will definitiely pop over to your page and take a look! Have an awesome day!
Hi chuck! I saw your email today and thanks for writing. I am sorry I kind of take long to visit my page because of the various duties I attend to daily. But anyway that won't knock me out on my hobbies. I will continue checking on your works and I would absolutely like to be friends. Thank you.
Hi Chuck: As I am new to Authors, where do I navigate to accept a "friendship"? Great seeing your comment and I have done space alien cartoons in the past....you might want to check out my UFO CARTOONS. All the best - Dan
Thanks Chuck for the welcome. I'll be sure to check out your books sometime. I am currently working on my first...It's truly been a challenge, but I've enjoyed every bit of it. I hope to finish it soon.
Oh...and thank you for the compliment.
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