A blog about bloopers ... I'm on my way. This humor is right up my alley. Have a great weekend yourself!
What research? LOL That's why I try to write what I know. I hate to do research:)
Hi Stephen -Have fun! You'll love this story.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Terri -Really? I actually enjoy research. Now editing...that's another story.Blessings,Susan :)
Thanks for the link to Janalyn Voight's blog. She offered some great research advice!
Hi Alisa -You're welcome. Have a great weekend.Blessings,Susan :)
Love the blooper post. Our public library placed a large and embarrassing ad in our local newspaper last year. I'll let you use your imagination, but set in big black caps the "L" was left out of the word "public."
These sound fun, Susan. Thanks for the links. Thank you, also, for your beautiful comment on my blog today. I always appreciate your spiritual reminders. Have a wonderful weekend. :-)
Thanks for the links! Happy weekend:)Blessings,Karen
Hi Jean -The bloopers are funny. As illustrated by the example you gave, they can also be very embarrassing.Blessings,Susan :
Hi Shannon -I hope the links are helpful. I enjoy your blog. The quote from John Maxwell was excellent.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Karen -Thanks for stopping by. Have a great weekend!Blessings,Susan :)
Loved Ms. Voight's article. Research is a hefty issue and she has it all spelled out nicely. I especially loved the timeline idea and how events need to be noted, even if they don't have a direct accect on your story. Very interesting.
Hi Nancy -Janalyn writes some excellent articles. I like the way she breaks things down.Blessings,Susan :)
I'm with Terri; I hate research. But you can serve me a plate of bloopers any day!LoveJen
Hi Jen -Bloopers are such fun! We can always use a shot of humor.Blessings,Susan :)
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