Originally Posted by marsupial*mama
What you say is true for non-fiction - but not for memoir, which you treat just like any fiction story as far as I'm aware. If you're writing a reference book, a How-To, a...
How's this different in Australia?
If no publisher is interested in the project proposal, they won't be interested in the complete memoir, so writing it ahead of time could be considered a waste of time.
However, if someone is...
Originally Posted by eastkygal
I was thinking of querying some small presses for my short story collection. I talked to a lady who has self published one book and just got a deal with a small press for her...
Originally Posted by Freud
I'm having a memory of a story I heard and I cannot remember where I heard it. I think it was on this board. I'm remembering reading the story and not actually hearing it.
Originally Posted by A&A
Just thinking from the other side--if you were my best friend, coming to tell me about the 50th affair, I'd be a little annoyed. I'd be like, "obviously I choose to stay with...
Originally Posted by mybabysmama
Thanks for your thoughts.
This is a general fiction book.
I am reading "A Wrinkle in Time" right now. It starts out with the same pacing as my book. Same types of...
Originally Posted by Fujiko
If the infant is travelling as a lap child, airlines require an official birth certificate as proof of age, although in my experience only some airlines actually request to see it....
What is the absolute worst that can happen if you just pack one suitcase and backpacks for the kids and leave?
Can you imagine this in detail? Where you'd go, what you'd do?
How bad is this scenario? For you? For your children?
What a difficult situation. No suprise it affects your entire life and health.
You already bought the supplements, that was a good first step. Focus on one thing at at time. Don't think about taking off an hour to do all of...