June 23, 2009

Literary Links of Note

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for the links! I wonder how does Anderson Cooper feels about his mom writing erotica. =)

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  2. Yahoo, Rebecca! I have been trying to visit you for about 2 weeks now and can never load your page. Darlene from Peeking Between the Pages said to download Firefox. Voila! Magic...Yea! I can visit you again.
    I have missed coming here terribly!!!!
    Love the links..I'm off to check them out. I hope all is beautiful in your life :D
    xox
    Kelly

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  3. Vasilly~I was thinking the same thing!

    If your mom wrote an erotic novel, would you read it? Or would that be TMI? :) I think I would probably read it... curiosity would get the better of me.

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  4. Don't know what to say about Vanderbuilt's book - Leaves me speechless. I would like to hear Cooper's reaction, tho.

    I really appreciated the tips from Lombardi. Actually printed them out. I have been known to do a rough-sketch pedigree chart on numerous occassions.

    From there I followed too many links and almost lost your page so I could leave a comment and say HI.

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  5. Tracking multiple characters certainly would come in handy. I don't know what I would think about my mom writing an erotic novel, but it's lovely that age is not a limit on our abilities as writers.

    And by the way, you've been tagged: State of My TBR :)

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  6. Vasilly- I am dying of curiosity myself.

    Kelly- Oh, I have wondered where you've been! I wonder what the problem was. I am so glad to see you back. :D

    heidenkind- I think that is an excellent question. I think it would be both for me. I'd probably read it as long as it was not an autobiography but a novel.

    booklogged- I am glad you found Lombardi's tips helpful. I didn't think of printing them out, but that's not a bad idea! I am glad you found your way back to say hello! :)

    Belle- You are right that it is lovely to see age not a factor in penning any novel, but an erotic novel is even more surprising and amazing. I am curious to read it just from a writer's perspective!

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  7. Vanderbilt wrote erotica? I bet it's pretty good, she has a lot of experience to draw from. I remember when I read Kirt Douglass' book, he wrote that later in life and the sex scenes made me blush!!

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