With Dog as my Co-pilot

Whoa! Don’t get too excited. I’m not back in any meaningful way yet. I just want to share with you this fabulicious little post from an equally delightinated artist, writer, blogger, and friend. I met her while teaching a 5-week writing class I’m offering as fundraiser for my local library. You’ll be meeting her in a little while when I interview her good and proper.

sue clancy

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Recently I took a writing class with Lorna Lee.  Dam* good class and I was sorry for it to end.  So I decided to shamelessly promote Lorna’s books and interview her in a selfish attempt to continue gleaning pearls of wisdom about writing and living a creative life. Or if not pearls of wisdom at least more marshmallows of gooey good fun. Plus it will provide me with more stuff to illustrate. So this post is a ticklish teaser of the good things to come when you least expect it. Tee hee!

Here’s a photo of Lorna’s book “How was I supposed to know?” alongside my coffee cup.

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You can get your own copy of Lorna Lee’s book on Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/Lorna-Lee/e/B00B0XIP1M/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0

I’ve no idea where you can find a coffee cup like mine. Good luck with that.

Here is a link to Lorna’s website and blog: https://lornasvoice.com/

And, as…

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~ by Lorna's Voice on October 13, 2015.

38 Responses to “With Dog as my Co-pilot”

  1. […] being the sweet person she is, showcased me on her blog recently and sketched some adorable pictures of me and the furry/feathery companions that I […]

  2. I’ll zip you an email next week!

  3. Whenever it’s good for you.

  4. Great! Thanks so much!

  5. I’ll be back east all next week. How about the first week in November we try to connect via email?

  6. Yep. I’m going to be traveling Saturday and Sunday but should have time next week. Thanks so much.

  7. I promise to review. 🙂

  8. Thanks for the support! Can’t wait to find out what you think of it.

  9. Absolutely, V. We can do an interview, too. Sin of the Father, right?

  10. Hey, Lorna–my prompt over at dVerse today is for humor poetry. I would love to see you try it–your humor is the best and, perhaps, therapeutic. When you are up to it, would you want to do a review of my last novel on your blog? No pressure, but I told you I would tell you when I could do it.

  11. Got your book and can’t wait to get to it in my TBR. I did move it closer to the top! 🙂

  12. Sue is a treasure. I’m so lucky that in my life, wonderful people find me!

  13. What a fabulous drawing. I guess I’ve met the artist you will be working with soon…:)

  14. What a great picture! And a great plug. How can I find talented friends ready, willing and able to use those talents to further my dreams of fame and fortune?

  15. Gittin sertifikated, do that there hert much?

  16. It’s only fitting…she made quite an impression on me! And it’s good to be dipping my feet back in these waters, even if it’s a bit sooner than I planned. 🙂

  17. Thanks!

  18. Wonderful!

  19. I tink wez beez good spellin teechers. Weez kood cook up a dang fine spellin be, whatcha tink? Wes Vergina’d be a good place ta git teechin sertifikated.

  20. Better to say, “I didn’t know you were teaching a writing class,” but not to worry, the other way sounds more intriguing! I thought of doing it as a way to raise money for my local library, get to know the community, and keep me busy. It has done all three ! These are short workshops (5 weeks, one 2-hour class a week), but they still sap my energy big time. I love doing them–I’m such a teacher at heart–but I need to not do them for a while. If you know what I mean… 😉

  21. I didn’t know you were doing writing teaching (doing writing teaching – is that proper grammar? I don’t think so. I need lessons from you). Nice to see you! 🙂

  22. Migosh, tanks. Kin I be a techin wid ya to?

  23. Nice to see you drop by Lorna. I’m off to check out the book! Love the cover! 🙂

  24. So good!

  25. Well Lorna, it sounds like you made quite an impression on Sue…just like you have on the rest of us. Happy to see you out and about. xoxo

  26. Yes, I can feel it returning. My instinct is to hide away when I feel low. But I think the best thing for me is to stay among the energetic, positive people who I’ve come to know around here!

  27. Well at least you have one enthusiastic fan, Lorna. Do you think you’ll get your sparkle back now? Love the cartoon. You both look so cute. 🙂

  28. We’re conspiring to do a children’s book featuring some of my nearest and dearest past animal friends. Go figure. Life is full of surprises. 🙂

  29. Yew rite jest find, Al. 🙂

  30. How about an online class so I kin larn to writ reel gud two?

  31. I love love love love that drawing! ❤ And you! And Mr. S. ❤

  32. Cool!

  33. Back at you, Sue! 🙂

  34. Yup. It’s the third class I’ve offered to benefit the library. I’m collecting the essays the participants write to eventually publish an anthology (which will also be used as a fundraiser). Pouring this kind of energy into my new community is one of the reasons I pooped out and had to take a break from blogging. This is the last week of this third class–no more classes until April or May, so I’ll have time to recharge. 🙂

  35. Sue’s too kind, Dawne. We are having fun, though. And I’ve learned a bit about writing and publishing through the years . 😉

  36. How fun! I didn’t know you were teaching writing!

  37. Thanks for the Lorna update, Sue. Love the drawing!!!

    Lorna, I want to take a class by you and get pearls of wisdom in real life, not just through cyberspace.

  38. What fun! Wahooo!! I’m honored to have met you. Looking forward to more fun with you! Thanks again

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