Today at Angie’s Diary
Participation always helps. This includes today. I’m not sure how many people there are using Angie’s Diary, but someone invited me yet again and so here I am.
Already, I have read at least one piece by another professional writer. Then, I have also read at least one piece by an amateur.
Do any of you love SF pieces? What is my identity, as a writer? You can find a novel An Adventure in Indianapolis at various locations online. That one is actually “mine” in the sense of artwork which sprang naturally from me. I was very surprised by it because my first long prose work was hard SF. Do any of you like that? If so, go to Uranian Fiction or Word Press and read posts.
There is some information about some fictional people: Kiel Bronson and Gezka FaucMerz. If you read about them and are interested, let me know. It’s because of them that I was so shocked when it took so long before I wrote a second novel, and was just as startled when it turned out to be more like crime fiction than like science fiction.
Typical of so many women, I am very romantic but I sometimes hide this. Relationships – either being in one or wanting to be or being in one and still longing for more are examples. A few years ago, I ghostwrote 2 dating guides. Neither is a full-length book, but they might still be there at Closeout Explosion.
I wanted to post something today, to participate but feel a bit awkward because this isn’t a pre-fabricated article in the usual sense. Maybe next time, it will be.
Big cheesy grin, smile, and wave to you all. Imagine us all out in public may be at a carnival or something. Hopefully, you’ll all like it rather than thinking I’m some type of exhibitionistic dope.