Sunday, May 22, 2005

Something Funny

All in good humor, had to share this one!


http://www.annarae.com/eznovel/madlib1.html

Enjoy the fun.
D

11 comments:

Bonnie Ferguson said...

Hehehehehehehe }:)

Deidre Knight said...

I liked the part about your life's work in blood, or however it was put. So true, isn't it??? :)

Bonnie Ferguson said...

How did I miss THAT LOL? Man I must be tired.

Deidre Knight said...

Or the part about stalking. Loved that too... it's all just freaking hysterical. The one about "tomorrow I might love something more" is also quite funny. We should generate some of these samples and post them here, don't you think?

Shannon McKelden said...

Ha! That was good. My friend, Jane Porter, read a bunch of her old rejection letters (15 published books ago) as part of a keynote speech, and some of them were nearly that hysterical! I also know a friend who received a real rejection letter that listed in paragraph form every POSSIBLE reason the manuscript might have been rejected, up to and including, "you might be a lousy writer." We got a great laugh out of that one!

Shannon

Sasha said...

Is perseverance the smae as stalking? *confused*


Kidding! LOL I loved the giggle , thanks for the link.

Jaci Burton said...

Now why didn't I think of the lizard angle for the western story I tried to sell all those years ago? Though my story featured a pig. I suppose I could have sent along pork rinds instead *g*

Jaci

Lisa Stone Hardt said...

LOVED the lizard bit...I just can't help but wonder if it would require extra postage on the SASE?

Jeanne Damoff said...

Fun! Don't you sometimes wish you could send a rejection letter with "tomorrow I might love something more" or another snarky phrase in it? Ah, the pitfalls of maintaining a professional image. :)

Anonymous said...

I have a sudden urge to write an Apocalypse Cookbook...Charlene www.charleneteglia.com

Lynn said...

NOTE TO SELF: Don't send live lizards along with western submissions.