Seems the only time I get writer’s block is when I’m trying to write about myself. I’ll flesh this section out eventually, but, to quote the words of Neil Gaiman, "I’m just making things up and writing them down."
You know what? Now I feel a little bad.
You see, I have a confession. I’ve never actually read anything by Neil Gaiman. Of course, I know of him, but I inexplicably never got around to reading any of his books. However, judging from the YouTube videos I’ve seen, he looks like a nice fella’. In truth, the only reason I know that quote is because I saw it on his Twitter profile after I Googled him.
Sorry, Neil. If it’s any consolation at all, Stardust is one of my all-time favourite movies…
on July 16, 2013 :
I did like this second book but frequently found myself lost in the sea of characters. I totally appreciate the lack of bad language and what sex there is, is via innuendo, THANK YOU!!!
I'm looking forward to the next installment and I wouldn't mind if the author would spend a little more time reminding us who is who. Not like when the "pirate" was being eased in to, but like when we're bouncing from scene to scene.
On the other hand, maybe it's just me and it certainly won't keep me from haunting Smashwords for part three as I did part two! Good clean fun will always be eagerly sought in this
Ereader! But, wow, you take "cliffhanger" to a whole new level!!
(review of free book)