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  1. Soheil says:

    Thanks for your latest Cyn. Your blog has become a lifeline. You’re right: writing can be such an isolating experience. Perhaps, that’s why some of us like it. It both keeps us alive and kills us at the same. Yes, it’s that kind of love.

    Since I last wrote to you, I managed another section of a chapter.

    I am past worrying about the reception of the book.

    And, a bloody good thing it is, too.


    1. Hi Soheil,
      Thanks so much for your comment to my blog and for reading! I definitely enjoy the solitude and the introspection of writing–but I think there is such a thing as “too much of a good thing”. I tend to get lost in myself, so you’re probably right in saying, “it keeps us alive and kills us at the same time”. (I’ll be pondering that line today, I’m sure!).
      Congrats on keeping writing. I’m getting antsy to begin another work of fiction, though I haven’t yet decided what it’s about…
      Looking forward to hearing from you!

  2. Hugh says:

    Hi Cynthia. It was lovely to meet you at the Bloggers Bash last weekend. Thank you so much for the big bar of Toblerone and for making the trip over to the UK to join us. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

    I’ve just added this button to my blog. What a great idea. I’m so passionate about answering and leaving comments. So much so that I have written about several times on my blog.

    Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
    Best wishes,

    1. Yeah, Hugh! You (and the rest of the Bash committee) are SO welcome for the bar of Toblerone (and for the button). Fabulous event. (It should have been a solid bar of gold, it was such a great time!)

      I admit, I can be a bit of a lurker, but I will try to do more to participate more actively on other people’s blogs. It does help when you have seen/met the bloggers whose blogs you’re commenting on though. ๐Ÿ™‚

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