Saturday, October 18, 2008

Her One Desire - Winner



I'm so excited to give away a copy of Kim's debut book! The winner is....the anticipation gathers...fingers are crossed, heck, maybe even toes...


Carol!!!! Email me your snail mail addy at vickilanewrite @yahoo.com and I'll send the book along.

A little housekeeping, I never heard from Karin who won Susan Grants, Moonstruck. If I don't hear from her by Tuesday of next week, the randomizer will choose another winner.

Hope everyone is having a great weekend.

WW's and PD's,
Vicki

2 comments:

Malicious Intent said...

Congrats on the award! You should get more!!! I so admire folks who can sit down and put their thoughts...or make up stories and create a book. To me that is one of the most amazing things. I hope day I can do it...but I am always attracted to the pretty shiny things....so I think my stories will come mostly in the form of visuals. Which is ok...but what you do I greatly admire.

I publish a bi-monthly 20 page newsletter at work. I wrote occassionally my own article. I have been doing it for about 8y ears now and I still feel like a fish out of water...

I wrote the article on page 16 (I also designa ll the ads, graphics etc and format/publish the whole thing.) http://delautism.org/TheSun_Sept_Oct_08.pdf

Cover article to page 3 here:
http://delautism.org/TheSun_May_Aug08.pdf (I want to go out) Gawd, I just found a typo in that one!

And this on page 12. One of my recent favorites.. http://delautism.org/TheSun_NovDec07.pdf

When I write, I feel clumsy, awkward...dyslexia doesn't help and having that strong visual sensory need interferes. I don't want to read it, I want to see it. But then I want to write. I guess that is why I try it on blogging. I am feeling my way around about who I am when I write. Everything I write now is real life, advice, information, reporting etc.

Using my imagination on pen to paper is really hard for me to do.
Typo queen here. Thank goodness I have three editors.

Carol said...

Thanks so much.