There's a reason I'm on this topic. There's a reason I decided to start blogging in the first place. I've been feeling a little flatlined lately. Maybe this is because I spend my day writing about fictional people's lives, so there's not a lot of room left for my own. As my characters' buttons get pushed by the others around them, as they grow and change the way all good characters do, I sometimes long for a deeper connection with someone, another human who can make me uncomfortable enough to grow toward something. We in the biz call that a character arc - it's a key component of every good drama. What my arc is, I don't know. I guess I'm here to find it.Beyond all that, it appears to be about her daily life, SCUBA, and her two dogs.
Yeah. Good luck with that.
Or maybe I'll just entertain you with the random musings of someone who thinks too much, and has to dump all that thought somewhere. If this were some interactive web 2.0 production I'd have to let you vote on which one you want. But it's not. It's a dictatorship. So you're stuck with my whims, suckers.
On Mary Feuer's Story Blog, Mary writes:
I wanted a place to post all my little homeless stories that have nowhere to go... And some of the others, once they've been published and I'm allowed to do what I want with them again. So if you want to read some of my fiction and other prose, this is the place to do it.If you share my view that some things are best expressed by the written word, you may enjoy checking out these blogs, by someone who knows something about writing. Good stuff.