I hope that this post does not disappear, but I must post it although I fear what they might do to me. I have uncovered an evil plot by some of the staff. Whidden left the board, and he knew that I would do anything to get him back. Why did he really leave?
To get me to watch the Matrix movies. I have resisted them for oh so many years, yet once he left, I knew that I must bravely fall on that dreaded sword to help the site and get our WHizzle back. Yet, Kris upped what I was required to watch by making it all three movies! The evil horror.
Beware to those who do like I did and refused to watch movies with Keanu Reeves. They will find a way to blackmail you. BEWARE!
Should I disappear, I will be held hostage in a room watching that dreaded movie.
Okay, Fuscia after watching all 3 of the Matrix flicks, Bill and Ted's, and Weekend at Bernies this weekend...immediately break out Dr. Zhivago, a flick over 3 hours long that will have you sobbing and take your breath away at the same time.
Two Mules for Sister Sara, now that is a good movie.
And Clint was looking mighty fine in that movie as well.
Fuscia, we are trying to expand your movie viewing field of vision because all this Harry Potter and LOTR is making you write only one genre of book. Maybe I should include Pirates of the Carribean here too.
I do believe you have alot more behind those glasses.
Meaning, I bet you could write many genres of books...and these Potter and LOTR influences...are just juicing up the pen, knows what's ever I mean?
I guess I am a fantasy type writer either that or cheesy romance. I just had that Fuscia charcter in my head. They story just came to me like nothing before. It is strange.
Speaking of strange, this old dude that picks up his grandkid came up and starting telling me about his out of body experience he had when he was seven. Apparently only Catholics and Christian Scientists see a white lite. Everyone else sees black.
Maybe you could mix the fantasy type and cheesy romance and come up with a Romancing the Stone or 9 1/2 weeks.
See, you could even write about near death experience.
Again, we all appreciate your writing, or at least the ones I know...and want you to write in the vein of our favorite genres because
1) We have no creative writing skills whatsoever
2) We are too lazy
Encouragement is all I'd like to offer in your journey.
(And oh yeah, now that Robert Ludlum is dead, we need someone to take his place )