Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Me, being (un)interesting...

Today I am writing the dreaded final draft project report...ugh. 

So, in the meantime, I give you me, saying stuff elsewhere.

Do go read:

Me answering some really tough not-so-ordinary interview questions at Sequential Tart, here.

And me, talking about being uninteresting, at Gillian's blog, here. And while you are there, do poke around in all the posts, particularly those commemorating Women's History Month.


 

3 comments:

Jo said...

Enjoyed your interview on Sequential Tart but I wonder how many readers really look so in depth into your writing, or anyone else's for that matter. I am afraid I don't. I read a book for the pleasure the story gives me and I sure don't want to analyse why it was written thus or what the author based such and such on. I would think the average person would be very much the same. I could be way off base too!!!!

Jo said...

I meant to say, I love your books, have just enjoyed doing some re-reading and will continue to read what you write as long as humanly possible.

glenda larke said...

I don't think it matters one way or another, Jo. Everyone gets different things from the same book! The only really important thing is a sense of satisfaction by the end.