Hehe. Just write one good blog post and then get on with submitting. Otherwise you're just going to keep thinking about it! :o)
PS: Loving the dark grey!
Love the grey, love the posts, grateful for the award. I think. I'm learning that I am not a blogger. I'm a writer, damn it. I thought like 'being on stage, is being on stage'; it would be the same with writing. IT'S NOT.I blog for my own personal release. I'm sure it's dangerous but I don't worry about the punctuation, the pronunciation, or the presentation. Here I'm my incredibly slovenly self. I spew all over the place and manage to tell you very little. Hey, it's cheaper than therapy.Dear potential agents or publishers, please don't judge my real writing by my time on the 'couch'.Dear Followers, please don't judge my friendship as insincere by my need to write 'real'.And, can someone tell me why the comment block DOES NOT have spell check.
Ha, enjoy your productive time then...
EM-MUSING ~Not long ago you posted a blog bit titled "Alpha On Top" and it was a sort of celebration of the Alpha Males.I got to thinking of you and that after I posted a recent blog bit at my 'STUFFS' blog. It's titled "I'll See Your Waylon And Raise You One..." When/if you get a chance, would you mind wandering over to that installment and see if that's the sort of male you have in mind when you're thinking "Alpha".Please watch the first video (if not the second one too). It's a guy named Waylon Jennings (d'ya know who he is?) singing a song titled 'Waymore's Blues' and then discussing it with his wife Jessi afterwards.To me, probably nuttin' personifies the term "Alpha Male" better'n Waylon singing 'Waymore's Blues' and the personality he exudes.Waylon - is that "Alpha Male" enough to suit you?~ D-FensDogg'Loyal American Underground'
Good luck out there! I know you can do it.
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