Friends . . .

Many of you are working fast and furious for the upcoming RWA convention — to all of you, I say ‘Hats off and may this be a wonderfully successful conference.’

To my lovely critique partner, L.A. Mitchell, who is up for her second Golden Heart, may this year be truly golden and you walk away with the trophy (and more importantly, a publishing contract).

To critique partners Sherry A. Davis, (RWA National PRO Liaison and author of romantic comedy), Here Comes The Bribe, and Mary Karlik, fantasy and YA writer, may the publishing doors swing wide open for you at this conference.

Fellow critique partner, Delores, and I will be sitting this one out. However, we’d better get phone calls when all the good news starts pouring in.

Several months ago, Mary K.’s lovely daughter, Kate, married. Per typical Mary fashion she’d hired the photographer to snap pics of all the wedding antics. Here below are my lovely ‘Flip-Flop’ sisters, i.e. my critique partners.

It was loads of fun and some truly warm moments for old, er, mature friends to share. For those of us who write, critique partners become our sanity. With all those voices bouncing around inside our heads, it’s mandatory to have voices on the outside — voices of reason and understanding — who keep we writers grounded.

If you’re writing and you haven’t found your inner circle for critiquing, I strongly urge you to seek out those who want to spend their days with fanny firmly planted to the writing chair. No one else truly understands this madness called writing.

Cheers for conference good news, and critique partners.

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0 thoughts on “Friends . . .

  1. Love those photos!

    You are so right about the need to have the support of other writers who understand just what writing means and what it requires.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂

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