- St. pete, FL, USA
- member since November 21, 2011
Sir John’s last login was 6 days ago.
I checked out your Amazon page. You are a prolific writer and I am a complete newbie. If you want to trade off on reviews, I would be glad to read "The Salsa Connection." Here is the link for my book. http://www.amazon.com/Rani-of-Rampur-ebook/dp/B00AQ8R88I
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I've tried writing, but my problem is that I only get a few chapters into the story, and then I get a writer's block. I lose interest, and then start on another idea that I love. But then the same thing happens, and it just keeps going on. I guess I'll have to overcome that sort of block sooner or later, but I haven't been really successful yet. :P The most I've gotten into a story is about 30 pages, and then I trashed the story because it was very stupid and cliche. So now I'm just concentrating on some other stuff before I try writing again, because I figure I need a break. So far, I've gotten about thirty stories and ideas but I'm not really brave enough to hunker down and get started on them yet. Now I'm just wanting to dance and goof around and enjoy life until I need a job, and then I'll really start trying to write novels. :]
Really? Why, thank you :) your profile is very nice too. You dance? I love dancing, it's amazing! Biking and swimming are some of my favorite things to do, but I also love to write. I want to become an author when I get older, kind of like J.K. Rowling haha :D
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Thanks for starting a discussion thread over at the fiction effect group--I moved your post to the discussion thread pinned to the top called Self Promotion where we try to keep related discussions in one place. Best of luck with your book--the plot sounds like a hoot!