Author has written 1 story for Mystery.Information about me is irrelevant to this story except for a few, small points. 1. I am a wife and mother. 2. I am a writer. 3. I am a friend. 4. I am an American. 5. I am a person who keeps my word.
UnS (Unspeakable) will be finished, however long it takes, although it occilates on the priority scale with a book that will, one day, be published.
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7/11 update: I have a bit of bad news and, for once, it leaves me at a loss for words. A recent pelvic ultrasound has revealed that I have some pretty bad ovarian cysts, fibrous tissue and calcification...what does that mean, you ask...I'm not quite sure, except that I'll need surgery soon and my sister managed to survive her encounter with the same thing, though it was a close one. In addition, my firewall won't let me sign in to so I have to come to my mother's to update/leave signed reviews. The upside to all this...I'll have time in the hospital to write, not to mention ample inspiration. *sigh* The next chapter is done...just needs a quick makeover and then it'll be up...hope you like it.
In promulgating your esoteric cogitations or articulating your superficial sentimentalities and amicable, philosophical or phychological observation, beware of platituninous ponderosity. Let your conversational communications possess a clarifies conciceness, a compact comprehensibeness, a coalescent consistency. Eschew all conglomerations of flatulent garrulity, jejune babblement and brutish affectation. Let your extemoraneous descantings and unpremeditated explications have intelligibility and veracious vivacity, without dodomontade or thrasonical bombast.
In other words, speak plainly , briefly and Don't use big words.