My husband loved this blogfest! Unfortunately, he's a man of little words. So, I've added some of my own in brackets.
1. What food or drink is guaranteed to return your loved one to a good mood, even after a bad day writing?
Coffee! (I think we all knew that. But my husband is kind enough to wake each morning at 6:30 and make me a pot... )
2. What one thing would you change about your others writing habits?
The way she burns through laptops. (I don't think that's exactly fair. I don't purposely ruin my laptops but how am I suppose to get newer and better models without breaking the old?)
3. How hard is it to sit by and watch someone you care for struggle to attain a dream...knowing there's very little you can do to help?
I wouldn't know because my wife is realizing her dream through brains and determination. (I didn't make this up. Seriously he wrote that. Hmm, I wonder what he wants...)
Now on another note:
Danette at There's a place I dream about... She has a wonderful site, please visit.
Some wonderful blog post this week:
- CN Nevets had an interesting post - An Anthropologist-Writer's View on Writers and Social Ethics - what a great discussion. Should a writer be allowed to portray folks from people of other cultures/races, or should they just write what they know? Should they take the N-word out of books? Should they be allowed to change what we write fifty or a hundred years from now? Does it skew history? Does skewing history really make things better?
- Also, because I'm in the middle of edits, I'm paying more attention to editing posts this week and loved the one by Elizabeth Spann Craig. Check out her post - Editing Made Easy.