Monday, March 25, 2013

I Proudly Admit It



Yep. I am a writer. And I am weird.

I have no problem admitting this to the world.

So there.

11 comments:

  1. *Links arms*

    Solidarity, my friend. I'm right beside you-and darn proud to be there!!

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  2. Love the picture! And yes, us writers do tend towards weirdness, don't we? :)

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    1. I'd say we have to be a little weird since we hear so many voices in our head! LOL

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  3. Amen! Love the picture too. :-D

    And I just saw Thomas Kretschmann added to your pinterest board. Mmmm. I love him!!

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    1. Oh, isn't he DREAMY? I didn't know you were on Pinterest...am I following you? I'll go check...

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    2. Alas, no, not on Pinterest. I haven't even quite figured out what it is or what I would do if I had an account. But you have that lovely link up top on this page, and you have great categories, and we have similar interests, so I like to click over and see what you've added from time to time. :-D

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    3. I really enjoy it. I've found lots of great recipes and ideas, plus tons of history stuff!

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  4. So funny! Historians are the same way! There's a shirt that went around Pinterest not long ago that said, "History Buff (I'd find you more interesting if you were dead)." I don't think it gets any weirder than that...or more awkward!

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    1. LOL! I've seen that shirt. And yeah, as a historian, I also think I'm pretty weird for all the stuff I like researching. I sometimes wonder if the librarians talk about me after I leave with my usual stack of books about Nazis and the Third Reich. LOL

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  5. Melissa, just found your blog via Ink in My Coffee, which I had also just taken a look at after reading something in the monthly Women on Writing newsletter. I felt a resonance with your interest in history--World War II has always intrigued me--and your other interests in England, France, literature, etc. I was also very touched by your post about having rheumatoid arthritis. My mother suffered from that disease for twenty years. Anyway, I like your blog and will pop in again. My name is Jeanne. I live in Arizona and just got a gig writing the memoirs of a noted neurosurgeon here in town who came over as a refugee from Germany in 1957. I stopped blogging a couple of years back and want to create new one about the issues I come up against while writing this book, so checking out your blog has been helpful. Oh, and I like your voice!
    All the best,
    Jeanne

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