Passionate Reads

Now that I have your attention…

Did ya miss me? LOL

Life intruded and my apologies for that. Mother nature also had to put her two cents in and trapped me in my house for four days with over three feet of water in my street.

Not fun, but not life threatening and really just more of a nuisance/inconvenience than anything else. Been doing some reading and some research and trying to get some writing done the process…

Notice I said, “trying”?

I’m having trouble with the rapidly (and rabidly) breeding plot bunnies that seem to be overwhelming me in recent weeks.

In an effort to tame the bunny horde, I’m going to be trying something a little different in the coming weeks.

I’m calling this little experiment T.G.I.F./F.F.Day.

In case you’re wondering that’s  NOT  “Thank God It’s Friday” with a stutter!

It stands for…

Thank God It’s…

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About shannonemmel

South Florida resident Shannon Emmel prefers Rottweilers to Pomeranians and SUVs to sports cars but admits to owning all of them at one time or another. Her closet has full-length, beaded gowns hanging next to faded jeans and shiny red stilettos sitting alongside hiking boots, so don’t be surprised to see her in the grocery store in any or all of the above. She often wonders if she’s eclectic, eccentric or simply suffering from Multiple Personality Disorder. (There are drugs for that, right?) Shannon has been an avid reader since childhood and her tastes run the full gamut from classic literature and poetry to science fiction, fantasy and anything supernatural. Consequently, you might find her reading Shakespeare one day, and reading Tarot Cards the next. She began writing in college at the suggestion of her literature professor and quickly realized it was a creative outlet that allowed her to let both her imagination and her passionate nature run wild. It also provided the perfect venue for exploring things and places that cannot be explained by logic or science. For Shannon, it’s a world of endless possibilities…where the writer makes the rules and anything can happen as long as “The Muses” are willing. Her Muses seem to work overtime and at this point in her life, she says, “I’m an author because I must write. This is my life. This is who I am…this is what brings me joy. If what I do gives pleasure to others or lets them escape from their world into mine for a little while, then I know I’m on the right path.” Email: Website:
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