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Yesterday was the first day of Spring. *YAY* It snowed!
I finally completed All my editing.
Now I wait for inspiration to club me over the head to start a new wip!
So far inspiration has bypassed me. God must be telling me to take a break!
Just call me your muse because I have your inspirtation right here. Tallas II. Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
Spring is overrated, have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Yes, it is and mucky too!Delete
Great theme! And well done on the editing, yay! You definitely deserve a break - have a fun and relaxing weekend. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Julie. Glad to hear you're on a roll with your sequel!Delete
Having your novels adapted into movies sounds dreamy. But once the filmmakers start changing your story for the worse instead of the better, you'll be having nightmares instead of dreams about film sets. I'm speaking from experience as I've had several of my stories adapted into film.ReplyDelete
You Have?! Exciting, I think. Unless they butcher the book...then ugh!Delete
Oh I like that theme! Good luck!!ReplyDelete
Hope you like it Randi.Delete
*clap* *clap* *clap* LOVE the theme! And I wholeheartedly endorse taking a writing break every once in a while---Inspiration will come when it's time to start back up (I'm saying this as someone who's on a li'l break herself).ReplyDelete
Breaks are refreshing for the brain and soul!Delete
It's every author's dream to have her/his book adapted into film. There are so many good ones out there, and quite a few we've all forgotten. It'll be good to be reminded, and also be inspired to watch them.ReplyDelete
I'm pleased you've finished your editing. You must need a break. Perhaps it's time to relax with some quilting?
Yep, Exactly. Working on a new quilt right now!Delete
I love the books-to-film idea! Sorry it snowed where you are, but yay for finishing the edits! Sometimes you need a break between books. Have a great weekend! :)ReplyDelete
Better weather MUST be right around the corner!Delete
Great theme! I don't get to watch movies very often (small children and all), but at least I can use your theme to know which ones to go for and which to avoid. :)ReplyDelete
Thank you Loni.Delete
Congrats on finishing all edits! Take a break (but just a short one LOL). You deserve it. I love your A-Z theme. Looking forward to your posts in April!ReplyDelete
Yep, time to relax the brain.Delete
Enjoy the break while you have it. I bet you'll get hit with an awesome inspiration soon enough. And OMG, love your theme! Can't wait to see which adaptations make the cut :)ReplyDelete
Just finished reading Kinetic!! Good ONe.Delete
God has a way of letting us know!ReplyDelete
Your theme will be fun.
Absolutely right, Alex. Thanks.Delete
Oh, that sounds interesting. There are so many of them out there these days. Good for you on finishing your editing :)ReplyDelete
MJ, A to Z Challenge Co-Host
Lots of Crochet Stitches
Thank you MJDelete
It snowed for you on the first day of spring? Mind-boggling!ReplyDelete
Also, loving your theme for A-to-Z. Have fun with it! :)
Yes, we had a white out for a few minutes...UGH!Delete
Our weather must have gotten the memo...we've had sunshiny days!ReplyDelete
Yes, seeing a book come to the big screen is probably every writer's dream.
I know for a fact warmer weather is just around the corner.Delete
Oooo~! Movies! That'll be fun. Looking forward to it! :DReplyDelete
Alex Hurst, fantasy author in Kyoto, participating in Blogging A-Z April Challenge
What a clever AtoZ theme!ReplyDelete
I'll be lurking... ;)
Lurk away, Melissa.Delete
Good theme. I don't always like novels adapted to film... but some of them turn out fantastic!ReplyDelete
Sometimes the movies are better than the novels...Delete
I love this one. It will be interesting to see which films/novels you come up with each day.ReplyDelete
Yay for finishing edits. And YAY for a cool atoz theme! Can't wait!ReplyDelete
Congrats on finishing your edits!ReplyDelete
I'm looking forward to your adaptations A to Z!ReplyDelete