Writing truth: #1 and 2

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Hey kids. I’ve learned a lot about writing since I’ve been re-working and massaging another person’s memoir so I thought I’d share my wisdom with you. I call these writing truths. Enjoy.




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  • Cheryl P. says:

    I have such respect for people that are talented writers…books, blogs, articles whatever. The act of actually writing a book sounds daunting to me. I will definitely “like” the fan page.
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    • cardiogirl says:

      Thanks Cheryl (oy I’m only TWO WEEKS LATE on replying.) It’s super daunting, especially since I have talked smack about this for years. That karma always seems to find me.

      Thanks for liking the page!

  • Ginger says:

    Those truths should be etched some where. I cant wrap my head around producing 800 word-posts, to talk of writing books!

    p.s. I wouldnt/couldnt write a book at home. too many distractions!

    p.p.s. Been awhile i was here CG!!! Still sweeping legs eh?

    • cardiogirl says:

      Yo, Ginger Snap in da house! Hey woman, thanks for stopping by. It’s been a ghost town over here complete with tumbleweeds rolling through the halls. I seriously need to organize my time better.

      Yep, and clean the house and do laundry and Sweep the Leg occasionally. Oh yeah, that’s gonna happen. Good to see you!

  • Elizabeth A says:

    I thought about you because truth #2 applies to plastic surgery. I had a breast lift and augmentation on Wednesday in reward for my 45 pound weight loss. Jeff has been taking good care of me, but I actually want to clean house as the kitchen gets more and more cluttered. I had no idea throwing things away would be difficult for a man.

    I would have emailed you, but I can’t find you in my contact list. I’m blaming my iPad. Or the Percocet.

  • Elizabeth A says:

    Thanks! Weight Watchers Online. And lots of coffee and water.

    Plastic surgeons aren’t skimpy with the pain meds. Thank goodness. I still have Vicodin I haven’t even touched yet. With a refill. Though the pharmacist treated me like a criminal. Pain killers, antibiotics, and anti nausea meds. I think that’s pretty obvious someone is going to have a surgical procedure. He actually paged me over the loud speaker. By my first name. I was less than thrilled. Fill the scripts, med school dropout.

    Oh, and for your next round of stomach flu. Vanilla wafers are awesome.

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