Thursday, November 29, 2012

Come Visit Me at Adam's!

I'm really not a nomad. I promise. Nevertheless, I'm blogging away from home again. Today, I'm at Adam Gaylord's blog. You've visited there, I hope, because this guy is a great blogger and an excellent writer. His site is called:


He's hosting my post that I titled, "I've Never Had a Story Rejected!" The title is obviously meant to catch your attention, but there's a message buried within its paragraphs that I believe with all my heart. 

I featured Adam on my blog during my "August is Awesome" series.  He came through with a marvelous post.  If you haven't read it, it's right here.  Spend some time at Adam's blog and get to know him if you haven't already.  His prose packs a punch!

26 comments:

  1. I read your post! I have to admit, your book does sound intriguing. I hope you have courage soon to send it out into the world and face rejection for real :)

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    1. Thanks, Michael. I spilled my submission plans in response to your comment on Adam's blog. Rejection, as any other negative experience, affords us the opportunity to build character and wisdom. I'm hoping to see The Bonding published next year if at possible, but definitely by the end of 2014 regardless of the route I take.

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    1. Found your comment over there, Julie. Thank you! And me thinks you will definitely not regret joining Adam's blog.

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    1. Thanks, Linda. I appreciate the compliment!

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    1. You're most welcome, Adam. I appreciate the invitation.

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  5. Loved the post, Jeff! You're quite an entertaining storyteller!

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    1. Why thank you, Morgan! I do try to put my best foot forward when I'm away from home though. The only problem is I'm not sure which foot is best. ;-)

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  6. "I'm really not a nomad. I promise." On TvTropes we call that a Suspiciously Suspicious Denial. Relax, it only means you're popular.

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    1. A Suspiciously Suspicious Denial, eh? I'll have to let that one digest a spell. lol Thanks for stopping by, Brian!

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  7. I like the way you write. Very entertaining. New fan here :)

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    1. Thank you, Randi! You're welcome to hang around all you want.

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  8. You've got my attention, I'm head over to read it now.

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    1. Excellent! The title worked! LOL Hope you like the post, Kathy.

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  9. I read your post at Adam's blog. Very true. And congrats on your first acceptance!

    Thanks for stopping by the Tiki Hut today :)

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    1. You're welcome. It's always fun hanging around the hut. ;-) And thank you for your congrats. I was walking on air when the realization finally sank in (which wasn't until I typed my name in the Amazon search bar and saw the book appear.)

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  10. I'm on my way over to check out your post :)

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    1. Thanks, Gwen! I appreciate the compliment and congrats.

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  11. I really enjoyed your guest post! So insightful. :)

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    1. Thanks, Heather. I really do believe we can all succeed if we continue improving and persisting. It's only a matter of time.

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  12. i'm on my way...i've heard of the blog!

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    1. He's got a great blog, Tammy. And he's a super cool dude. Hope you enjoy your visit.

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  13. A lot of good links there. I know what you mean about checking on people who follow you.

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    1. Thanks, Donna! I try to present a new batch of links to articles each week, those that I really enjoyed or needed, and those that I think my visitors may enjoy or need.

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