Thursday, 30 August 2007

Hello from me

Hi everyone and thankyou for welcoming me to the Novel Racers. Very exciting. I am actually now taking my writing seriously and not just 'fannying' around with it. The Miss Write competition was the main trigger for me and even though I have not won it I am going to persevere with it. I am at work at moment so will do a proper intorduction tomorrow when I am at home. Not sure why I came to work today as I was in a car accident yesterday and now have whiplash. At least a day off will give me a chance to so writing without my 2 children running around the place asking me what I am doing every 2 minutes. Thanks again for the welcome and I have enjoyed having a look round everyones blogs to see what they are up to and it is good to know there are different stages of writer amongst us too. Fills me with hope and inspiration which I need a lot of.

8 comments:

B.E. Sanderson said...

Welcome to the race, Sarah. Sorry to hear about your accident. Hope everything else is okay.

Flowerpot said...

sorry about the whiplash, Sarah. Sounds very painful. Best of luck with your novel!

A. Writer said...

Sorry to hear about your accident!

Welcome to the Novel Racers!

:)

KeVin K. said...

Actually it's possible to secure a little alone time for writing by simply faking an injury. Do it all the time. Faking not only obviates the need for actual damage to the fragile flesh, it removes the temptation of all those pain medications. (Believe me, I've tried. They only make you feel like you're being creative; you're not likely to produce anything anyone other than a mental health professional would want to read.)

Welcome aboard.

Graeme K Talboys said...

Oh dear. I need a rest. Read 'persevere' as 'perverse' and then my eye caught 'whiplash'...

Welcome. And hope the whiplash eases soon.

liz fenwick said...

Hope you feel better soon and good luck with the writing :-)

Sarah*G* said...

thanks for all the welcomes. i have decided i will indeed take a sick day tomorrow and spend the day in my pyjamas with my laptop on my lap (obvious I know!) and do soem writing and avoid daytime tv at all costs!

Kate.Kingsley said...

Hi Sarah ~ nice to meet you, and hope the neck injury is feeling a bit better,

best wishes

Kate K