. . . it makes me a very bad blogger!
So sorry, dear readers, for my sorry lack of blogging these days. I am so wrapped up in Book 5, and really have hardly had brainpower for anything else. And the manuscript of Moonblood is on its way for my final inspection in just a few days, and I don't see myself having much inspiration for any real blogging (other than the pre-planned dragon posts) for some time. So many abject apologies! The well of bloggerly inspiration is well and truly dry.
If you're interested, however, you can have a look at the Ruling Despot of Rooglewood's blog. She seems to be finding time (and inspiration) to post even when I do not. If you need a laugh, have a glance.
And please, don't believe everything she says about me.
Totally understandable - no need to apologize! I'm very excited to read more of your books, so keep up the great work! :) I can't wait for Moonblood!
By the way, thank you for sharing Minerva Louise's blog link with us! ;) Love it! What a fun exercise in creativity! I just love cats - and I think my sister's cat, Muffin Man, has a bit of "Evil One" in him, too. ;)
Thank you, Amber! And I'm glad to hear from another cat-lover. Really, I don't know why some people don't like cats! Even the Evil Ones are interesting (if a little difficult at times . . .) :)
Thanks for sharing Minerva's blog link. I'm going through some tough stuff and it helped to put a smile on my face. <3
Aw, I'm glad, Christa. Sometimes, we all just need a laugh! I'll say a prayer for you. :)
I so agree! And I just wanted to add that you inspired me to start a creative writing endeavor of my own - albeit a shorter one! ;) I just joined Twitter and created two accounts: one for me and one for my dorm kitty. My dorm kitty's not real, of course, but if he had a voice, well... ;) You can find him here:
I hope you don't think me too much of a copycat (excuse the pun!). I just thought the idea of practicing creativity and sharing smiles was a really nice one. :)
I think it's adorable! :) It's great for a writer to practice in a more casual context getting into someone else's head. And really, what is more unique and interesting than a kitty's head (be he invented or real?) :) I'll be sure to look up Dorm Kitty's world!
My whole family has been reading Minerva Louis's blog, and has made us all have a great laugh! Thank you!
Clara, you should tell your family that they are welcome to write comments on Minerva's blog, and she will most likely respond. She's a very social cat. :)
I'll be sure to tell them!...although, I have caught my dog reading Minerva's blog a couple of times. I think he even commented once...I certainly hope he and Minerva aren't up to some mischief!
I make no promises about the purity of Minerva's influence! She can be quite naughty, and is more than happy to lead others into naughtiness . . . so keep an eye on your dog! :)
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