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I present to you, Olan Rogers

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How to Know You’re a Writer (In GIF Form) | Nathan Bransford, Author.

You know when someone is pretty darn awesome when they also think that Olan Rogers is hilarious.  I just loved this blog post by Nathan.  He made me laugh and wonder how the heck did he know the websites I visit all the time.  So funny and true!

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In today’s technological advances there are still some who are not so tech savvy.  This is including me.  I am still trying to figure out why we need to “connect” to other people through a computer.  How are we even “connecting” if you don’t see the other person or even hear them?  How do we even know if the other person emailing, blogging, or updating stats on their Facebook is even the person we are friends with?  Maybe I have read too many conspiracy theory novels.  But wouldn’t it be better to make contact with people in person?  Who am I though to judge how others want to “connect”?  I am just a little backwards, old-fashioned and love seeing faces when I talk to someone.  I like to see reactions and expressions flit across a face letting me know what they truly think.  Instead of cute little smiley faces or now the ever popular heart. ❤  I had to ask my son one day what was up with the sign.  He, of course, laughed (for quiet a long time too) before telling me it is supposed to be a heart.  Wow!  Talk about some imaginative minds out there.  So here I am trying to connect with blogging to get the word out about my work.

I have several novels written.  Along with some picture books in draft phase.  I have been working towards becoming published the traditional way for more than four years.  I have a nice collection of rejection letters from agents and publishers.  If I had to brag about my work so far I don’t think I would want to.  I could say that I have two articles published on eHow but most people in the writing world frown upon the website.  I had some fellow classmates say once, “The people who write for eHow are idiots”.  I didn’t dare tell them to count me as one of those “idiots”. Now I just concentrate on my craft and finishing school.  I still have hope one day I will be published.

So in the end becoming viral is not a bad thing, but helpful for finding the right agent, and for that agent to see I am trying to help promote myself as an author.  You can find me on Pinterest and Tumblr.   Google someone today! ( :

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