Sci-Fi is showing â€œthe world endedâ€ kinda moviesâ€¦..so now this one on is about â€œthe big oneâ€ the earthquake that breaks California off into the ocean. So this big ASS earthquake hits Seattle and when itâ€™s over, this womanâ€™s PHONE RINGSâ€¦â€¦not just a phone but a CORDLESS PHONE.
Can someone explain to me WHY her phone still worked?
THEN this rogue geologist (same one whoâ€™s phone rang) is out in the field and they find a gas pocket (granted it was in a river) but they ran for the SUV and were so overcome with gas the guy passed out in like 5 seconds flat while the woman is digging around. Once she finds the gas masks, she starts the truck and takes off.
And Iâ€™m no expert but Iâ€™m thinking WHY didnâ€™t the truck blow up if the gas was that thick?
All they needed to complete the picture were some of Larissaâ€™s wolves. 😕
Sharks smarks….bring on the wolves!
Sorry I had to do it.
What’s next….truck tits?
Sylvia’s guest blogger posted about well-meaning family members who think we should write real books. This is something we all do or will face. It’s a given. Either family or a good friend will open their big mouth.
I made the decission when I sold to Black Lace I wasn’t going to keep quiet. But I wasn’t going to sing it from the roof-tops either. If someone asks, if the opertunity is there, fine I’ll tell them, but otherwise, it’s no one’s business. I did tell my dad and step-mom (by email 🙄 ) and got a phone call. They were just happy I’d sold something, and while they’re religious they’re not Nazi’s about it. I even sent them the cover 😀 . But I know someone in my family, will at some point, say SOMETHING. And I’m ready.
Are you? What do you say? How will or have you handled it?
My take is: Writing is hard work, no matter what genre you choose to write in, and it deserves a certain amout of respect even if you don’t agree with what I write. So if you can’t say something nice STFU.
Okay I wont say STFU to my relatives, how’s that? LOL