It’s time once again for the virtual bloghop that allows twittering writer masses to commiserate with other souls chained to their keyboards. If you’ve never checked out their blogs, click the image above to fly to sites unknown. It’ll be fun. 🙂
Our fantastic co-hosts for the September 4 posting are Gwen Gardner, Doreen McGettigan, Tyrean Martinson, Chemist Ken, and Cathrina Constantine!
The optional question this month asks: If you could pick one place in the world to sit and write your next story, where would it be and why?
My answer is boring. I could shine you on and give an exotic locale, but it wouldn’t be true. At least not on an every day basis. Novels are long hauls. I need my research materials, a distraction-less space, my computer and printer, and some measure of routine to put butt in seat. I can write while on the go, but not for the length of a project. So, my boring answer is home.
Time for some non-boring news.
This first story made me chuckle. I would have thought pigs would run away from hot dog buns, not toward them. I wonder if they like ketchup too. *Giggle*
Um…for gas station snacks? *Facepalm*
In fascinating science news this week, invisible dark matter could be the force holding everything together? So cool!
That’s all for tonight. See you back here in seven!
The pigs just had no idea, did they? LOL
Those pigs just didn’t know the danger. Wow, that farmer faces a lot of fines.
Home is a very comfortable place to write.