I thought of you yesterday when I watched a PBS documentary on their series POV. It's called "Guilty Pleasures" and it's about romance novels, the people who write them and the readers who like them. I thought there was some really good info for you if you are considering giving it a go, plus it was very entertaining to watch. You should be able to watch it on your computer at www.pbs.org or order a copy of your own.
Kathy SW 235.1 CW 207.6 GW 165
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That sounds very interesting! I will have to watch it when i get home tonight. I am very excited to start writing. When i was younger and in high school, i think i was the only one in the whole school that enjoyed doing book reports. So, if nothing else, this is going to be a great past time. And if i end up making money off of it, that it is going to be a plus
Thank you for letting me know about it. I will let what i think of it tomorrow.
Mardee CW 195 - SW 200 - GW 125
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