No, that’s not a new couple who just moved into Storybrooke. That’s me.
Although it took me while to find it out, since I have a cold and I was moving … well … like a turtle with a cold, my internet service provider was down yesterday. I missed it very much. I missed it a lot more yesterday than I did Wednesday, when I had planned to be offline.
Spoiled? Why, yes. Yes, I am.
Today, the Southern Indiana Writers Group is scheduled to do a signing at the Arts Council of Indiana‘s current exhibit, “The Animals In Us”. If my cold is sufficiently advanced to be non-contagious, I plan to be there. We’ll be selling our anthology of stories to do with animals, BEASTLY TALES. If you follow the link I just dropped to the anthology page on the SIW website, you can read excerpts from most of the stories.
Mine, “Fish and Visitors”, is from the point of view of a very small girl whose best friends are her stuffed armadillo and her inflatable tyrannosaurus.
Pop in and see us, if you’re in New Albany this evening. I promise I won’t be there if I’m spreadable.
WRITING PROMPT: Were you fascinated by one particular kind of animal when you were little? How about your main character? Your villain?