OK, so that’s a pun, and actually a clever one. But I didn’t come up with it. My friend Darlene at Simply Darlene came up with it. And what she did was interview me about my writing background, what a typical day looks like, how do I write (pen, typewriter, computer?), if I use an outline, and half a dozen other things that made me stop and think pretty hard. You can read Part 1 of a two-part interview by simply visiting Simply Darlene (and you can follow her on Twitter at @SimplyDarWrites).
i read it and used keister in a sentence...
Just came from there and liked what I read. Even left the recommended "yeehaw!"
I wandered over "der" too.
I love me some Darlene.
Sir Glynn, I'm glad you think the title is clever; nothin' like a fun pun, aye? Anyway, my husband rolled his eyes into the next timezone when I told him the name of the series.
You are a mighty fine interviewee. One question I didn't ask, do you tango?
Inquiring minds wanna know.
Thanks for the Twitter follow, Glyn. I have two novels-in-progress at Goodreads, which deal with Christian themes: bit.ly/Ic81pZ
Religion will come up more later in TERRA LUNA.
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