I have been here for 3 hours so far. I was one of the first on the scene. Hearing people calling for help from a trapped car and seeing fire burning 20 feet away is not a good feeling.
I have discovered today that there are 3 types of people in these kind of situations:
Those that run over to help.
Those that get out and stand around watching.
And those that get out a cell phone camera. What the hell is wrong with you? Seriously. People are dead. Others are yelling for help. Not what I would consider a Kodak moment.
There is currently a crane trying to lift one of the semi cabs out of the ditch. I may post more about this later.
That’s all. Not much of an ending to the post, but it is hard to be clever sometimes.
Just a quick note: I finally got into Google+. If anyone wants an invite, let me know. For those that aren’t aware, Google+ is the next social site, similar to MySpace, then Facebook. G+ is the next generation.
In other news, vacation was good, editing is slow, and conversion from OpenOffice to yWriter continues. More info as events warrant!
I have been playing with a new piece of software: yWriter5 is a free novel writing program that divides your story into chapters and scenes. Continue reading Another tool
The result of a message exchange with one of my crit partners. I was trying to figure out what one of my beta readers was telling me, and had become somewhat discouraged. She advised, jokingly, that I run some various types of analysis on the feedback I had received to find the hidden meaning. Below is the reply I sent:
Continue reading Finding the answers…