Tuesday, April 5, 2011

D is for...

This one took some considering. :-) I mean my theme is writing. I thought, and thought some more.

By the by...

It came to me! Eureka!

DO! hehe

Do read, do write, do your agent research, DO sell your novel! Do all this and you shall become a PUBLISHED novelist. I promise. :0)

Yeah, I'm slack today. It was only after my struggle, I thought of draft (not the beer), dark glasses (This has nothing to do with what we're talkin' about, just thought I'd throw it in.), deadline, debut, and dedication.

Daffy.

24 comments:

  1. "Just go and DO, and don't think so much about it. Just make something interesting."- George Balanchine

    Good choice, Robyn!

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  2. Nice warm post. Thanks for sharing. I especiallly like, "I thought of draft (not the beer), dark glasses (This has nothing to do with what we're talkin' about, just thought I'd throw it in.)"

    Linda Della Donna
    http://www.griefcase.net

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  3. haha! But I think DO is even more interesting than those other ones. And by the way, I'm feeling like a loser because I seem to be the only one in this challenge who is on E. Leave it to me to mess it up!

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  4. I must be dumb. I never thought of these and stuck with the choice of many - dogs.

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  5. All great, but I really like your "DO" list.

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  6. Yes! DO remember the dark glasses, Amigo! They are the key to cool writing. :-)

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  7. A simple yet most effective word to get many writers working hard on whatever project comes their way.

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  8. Yes, we must Do to achieve our goals.
    Smiles.

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  9. I have to agree with Jeffrey.... For such small word it means so much.

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  10. Great word DO, two letters says so much!

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  11. Draft, the beer, sounds like a good option to me. ;) I still say you DO an extraordinary job considering. . .

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  12. Uh oh Ms. Robyn, I feel like a real slacker since I haven't DONE anything on that boys' book yet. I'm going to have to kick my own butt in gear.

    Great "D" post my pal.

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  13. Dadada, I like this D -day! Thanks!

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  14. Love D Day. Good post. I liked your post about your son also. I could have done my son Cory but did not. Duh! Nice mom! Oh well. At least I have a book dedicated to him. Great blog. I love it. I like your books in the bookcase also.

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  15. Ha! Delightful. And that's just what I need to do. DO!!!! Thanks :)

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  16. The Do's sound good to me. Looking forward to the E's!

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  17. Ha...this post might have been written especially for me, Robyn! I tend to talk about writing more than I actually write...am altogether too familiar with procrastination.

    Love your advice to simply do it...encourages me to up my efforts. I checked out your other letters, too...well done! I'll come back and visit again...:)

    Lynette
    Imagination Lane

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