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  1. Jackie Weger

    I loved a note to a cranky muse. I especially adored his mother’s getting the best of him. That is a ‘serves’ him right. I’d be satisfied with a Keeper half/ glass/full either way. Here’s what you do: When you books takes off the $$$ comes rolling in… vacation in Cabo San Lucas…sipping on full glasses of frozen margaritas in those beachfront cantinas… while the guy is at home with half empty glass. I’ll meet there!

    JackieWeger

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    • Amy Vansant

      Oh if I ever do make a mint he’ll be the first one lining up at the airport for vacation. Grr. I’m afraid “I told you so!” doesn’t feel as good when it revenge feels like Christmas to the person on which you’re exacting revenge. But… I’m willing to give it a try…

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  2. Barbara Rosalie

    How ironic. I was just logging on to tell you how much I enjoy your writing and that I’ve nominated you for the One Lovely Blog award. As the Brits say, “Keep your pecker up.” Your blog is wonderful. Keep writing. And please be sure to pass this award on to other bloggers whose work you enjoy. If you’re not already familiar with One Lovely Blog, you can find out more at http://www.andbythatimean.com/#!One-Lovely-Blog-Plus-fifteen-more/cmbz/16B98C61-7713-41E6-87F2-60115FD0FB6F.

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    • Amy Vansant

      Thank you so much – you made my day! I might have to go make myself a cocktail immediately to celebrate! 🙂 I’ll check it out!

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  3. Nikki Barnabee/

    Love the post! It does feel so lonely & hopeless unless someone close, at least once in a while, says, “Hey, I like that!” I’m single & my cats don’t care about my writing unless it earns cat toys/treats money (it doesn’t). But my brother recently read my Zombie/Congressman short story & loved it, saying, “I didn’t know you could really write!” *sigh* What the hell, I’ll take it. ;-}

    BTW, I’m a *glass completely empty, it’s cracked, and there’s Ebola virus around the rim* kind of person, so it’s a battle to be hopeful.

    Oh, and I agree — writers need to read Stephen King’s “On Writing” — it’s awesome and inspiring.

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    • Amy Vansant

      Isn’t that a great book? I loved it.

      Just FYI, if you’d like a copy of my urban fantasy, Angeli, just let me know. You sound like you’d dig some monsters and mayhem!

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