Friday, August 31, 2007

Can you tell a story in just six lines?
Try! Not easy.
sixsentences.blogspot.com


Also, that eternal day job versus the call of the muse debate, day job or writing all day. Just check the record six-hundred thousand plus comments. I’m still reading them.

No other updates till they're done.

8 comments:

AmitL said...

Let's see now,I used to be an expert in comprehension,in school.:)

AmitL said...

Hey,Austy...I just became a member of this: http://betweenusfriends.blogspot.com..drop by.:)

austere said...

look forward to your six lines, then, try try, paseena category it is.

I read BUF.How I wish I'd known you in school, oh but then girls didnt talk to boys, na. I would have completely enjoyed the radio bit. Once I got some german textbk from a radio station, eventually went the way where all such books go. Now one has the right rado but no time, the kahani of my life. :)

CRUSTYBEEF said...

ahhh yes, Comprehension...that's the word for it...hmmmm..I'd like to try...this sounds like a quoted austere posting on crustyland...you'd be very good at it..for sure. I love your words.
My tooth? Not so much-it's in nasty pain, but, I so appreciate all your words of support...for a simple tooth, huh...feels good to be "accepted."
Have a safe weekend, and enjoy listening to your Shenbits (?did I misspell it?)

Always,
Crusty~

CRUSTYBEEF said...

btw: it's hard catching up isn't it? And then at times it seems so easy...it's like you almost have to come up with a schedule for updates. :)
Always,
Crusty~

austere said...

CRUSTyyyyyyyyyyy..
that was SHENDI
as in taking someone for a long long ride!


yes to the schedule for updates!

Portia said...

amazing how long some six-sentence stories can go. did you contribute one? i didn't see...

austere said...

I did, two. Scheduled for later in the year.