Saturday, January 01, 2011

The Title of My Next Book - A Bad End

I'm one of those people who tries not to be wasteful. With that in mind, and prompted by the advice of many of my wonderful online friends, A Bad End will become more than a bad experience. Some, but not all, of what happened will be incorporated in a new manuscript of that name, a combination non-fiction, fiction book.

In case you're wondering which is which, the demise of the much hated character will be fictional and not based on an actual occurrence. (g) 

Morgan

8 comments:

  1. Sometimes, writing about something is the best way to exorcise it from your head.

    Happy New Year.

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  2. Absolutely! and Imma help you by using the basic incident (which, as I said, has happened to several people I know) on Tuesday at Fatal Foodies. If I don't forget by then. (g)

    Marian Allen

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  3. Well, the pen is mightier than the sword! Love the title of the new book!
    Margay

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  4. Sounds like you'll have plenty to keep you occupied in your "new found freedom".

    Happy New Year! I LOVE your positive attitude!

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  5. Great way to bounce back, Morgan. I'm sure 2011 will be a great year for you.

    Cheryl

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  6. Morgan...what a wonderful and positive way to turn around the "bad end" you experienced in 2010. Good luck with your book endeavor! Happy New Year. :)

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  7. Good luck with your book .. That's a great title for the story too.

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  8. Morgan, writing about your experience may prove cathartic.

    Years ago, a dear friend of mine was murdered by his wife and step son. When the criminal justice system failed to come through with what I thought was appropriate justice (they both got to cut deals instead of getting the death penalty), I fell back on my writing to help me deal with my anger. It helped somewhat, though to be honest I get angry again whenever I think about it.

    And I think a certain amount of bitterness is appropriate, after 38 years of service and loyalty. Good luck with your projects!

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