A Query For Your Queries

Hm. Let me stew that one over...
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As most of you know, I love to write about writing.

I also love to write about topics that interest you.

So let me drop the formalities and come right out and ask: Is there something you would like me to yammer about in a future post?

Drop me a comment and let me know. I can’t promise wisdom, but I can promise a feeble attempt in that general direction. Come to think of it, I can’t even promise that.

But, hey! Comment! Don’t be shy! We’re all friends here!

70 Replies to “A Query For Your Queries”

      1. OK, here goes. There’s kinda three. I’d love to know more about what you read. I want to know what, beyond your family and loved ones, you would do everything in your power to protect. AND…I love your passion, so apart from writing and your family…is there anything else you’re really passionate about? Ok, 2 and 3 might overlap a little…oh, and if you’d like to explain the concept of time, or at least how you experience it, I’d be much obliged:-)

  1. Sarah W has the best answer, I can’t possibly top that one. But on Vanessa’s blog the other day you were hinting at stories about times when you’ve deliberately scared people. I require those.

  2. I’d like to know if you play that banjo in the corner, whether you’ve ever tipped over backwards in your desk chair, if your office is truly always that tidy, and how come you have a Cat in the Hat but not Mickey Mouse?

  3. Oooh! I like the earlier comment about what you read when you have free time (and even when you don’t). Also I like the post-playwriting-long (or short)-path-to-publishing idea. Also: what have you read lately that makes you think, “Wow. I really wish I had written that!” Maybe it’s an amazing line or an entire book. Inquiring minds want to know.

  4. On the ‘what do you read’ path, I’d like to hear your comments on why you won’t use an e-reader. I can understand about picture books/children’s books, but how about adult fiction? DO you read adult fiction, and if so, what are your favorite authors?

    Do any of them live in New Jersey?

      1. Never say never. I did have another idea. Get a mascot and have funny back and forth conversations with them about silly stuff in the news. That just came to me lol.

  5. I’m in a smidge of a writing funk. Not a writers block episode. One of those “ooh this is hard work and I don’t know if I can do it” kind of periods. I would like to hear your advice for getting through writing funky town.

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