'Tis very lovely to have you with us... love the photo of the waterfall . Feeling all envious now - what a gorgeous part of the world!
It's a pleasure to have you, Liane. Welcome to the race.
The bio was interesting and I understand why you are a writer; you can write.Only the brave ever achieve anything worthwhile and to quit the now lucrative job of teaching high school children a foreign language such as English was indeed a brave move. I am looking forward to your novels and surely the contract-writers at Dorchester read your blog and must realize they are keeping good fans waiting :)
Hi Liane. Glad you've let the Novel Racers be an exception to the rule and joined us. Wonderful photos:))
Yoo hoo. Another Novel Racer racing through. Glad to make your acquaintance.
Hi LianeYou've been meme'd.x
I'm with aka_lol -- fearless is good. Okay, so maybe not fearless, but brave -- bravery is often confused with crazy.I think you have a voice of reason and insight -- it's a gift. Some people come from a "don't touch" and "you can't do that" mentality and it's hard for them to figure how it's reasonable to walk away from a honorable and paying job, but I'm so glad you did and can't wait for your books.Was that a run on sentence? If you miss your old job, you can go ahead and make corrections.BTW -- If you are crazy, that's just par for the course. Throw in, "lives on a little island" -- totally authorific.
Jen, thanks for the welcome, and for visiting my blog. Yes, it's beautiful here.b.e. sanderson, thank you. It's a pleasure to be with the Racers.aka_lol, you are very kind. A fan! I have a fan! Btw, did you do a stint teaching English by any chance? It's a teacher joke that English is a foreign language to many of our students.Lane, graeme k talboys, thank you for visiting. I'm looking forward to the race.Hm. Meme'd, lane? Let me go see.Hi, Kim. I've been called both brave and crazy. Probably a bit of both. And you're right, it's almost expected of authors. Thanks for the encouraging words. Reason and insight, huh? Try telling that to my mother...And I most certainly do not miss my old job, so there'll be no red pens around here.
No, never did teach but I have been accused of speaking the language like it's my second language, and strangely, it's my only language :)
aka_lol, surely you jest. :)
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