Jami Gold had an interesting post this week titled How Do You React When Strangers Read Your Work? that got me thinking about that very question. (My answer is that I love strangers reading my work, but get nervous about my parents reading anything I’ve written that hints at anything risqué or includes swearing. What’s yours?)
Agent Rachelle Gardner answers the question What is a High Concept Novel?
Kristen Lamb asks the question Are We Born to be Creative? in relation to the creative arts (not just writing). I found this quite interesting, and it made me think about my own family, and the innate (and often suppressed) creativity of many of my relatives.
There’s a great vignette of suburban life on Oh My Words! entitled Eavesdropping as Entertainment and Kids these Days. It’s funny because it’s true.
Last but not least, the always-entertaining Tamara Paulin says, “Oh NARF, I just insulted the internet.”