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Friday, March 11, 2011

What To Call Yourself?

Happy Friday All,

I would've posted this earlier, but I wasn't feeling well last night. I'm doing better today, though. (YAY!)

Yesterday, NWHRWA's President, Jenn, was on Four Foxes One Hound Blog posting about calling oneself a writer. It's a great post, by the way, and I give Jeff (the hound) a lot of credit for hosting Jenn. She's smart and funny and most definitely a writer.

The other blog post I wanted to talk about was NWHRWA's Vice President, Stacey, being hosted by Jenn on Muse Tracks. Stacey is also very funny and smart. She and Jenn have a great dynamic working together to head up NWHRWA.

When I grow up I want to be a published author. I'm already an adult, so one down, one to go!

Question for the day:  What did you want to be when you grew up? Did you end up being what you wanted to be, or did you change your mind?

Have A Fantastic Friday!

8 comments:

jbrayweber said...

Thanks for the plug, Bethany!
When I was little, I wanted to be a vet. Then a dear pet died. That nixed the whole idea. Then I wanted to be a horse jockey. Nope. Couldn't do that. I grew too tall (Though I'm only 5'5"). So then, as I blossomed into my teen years in the 80's, I decided I wanted to be either one of those babes in the rock music videos or be in the business scene of the music industry. I hit a little closer to home on this dream. I did both (And that's all I'm going to say about that!)
Anyway, I didn't know I wanted to be a writer until almost 4 years ago.

Thanks again, for the shout out, Bethany!

Bethany said...

Jenn,

No problem. LOL I could see you as a "rocker" (whether in front or behind the camera) LOL Maybe at the April meeting? :-)

staceyapurcell said...

Hey Bethany- Thanks for the kind words about my first attempt at blogging. I'll be there every Thursday as I'm part of the Muse Tracks' team.
What did I want to be when I grew up? Well, it surely wasn't a rocker girl! Can you imagine me? Now Jenn, it so well suited with the long blonde hair and pretty eyes. No, I wanted to be an interior designer. I remember designing a house around a round bedroom. I even envisioned a custom round bed! Whew! Sounds a bit like a sleazy XXX movie.
After that, I wanted to be an artist and spent a few years taking lessons and then I wanted to be a doctor....no writer aspirations until a few years ago although I always dabbled at writing stories.

Bethany said...

Stacey,

I have a friend who thought about interior design. She's got the right touch. I have a sister who studied art (she has another career, now).

Maybe one day we'll have Jenn's pirate stories and your romantic suspenses flying off the shelves :-)

jeff7salter said...

Thanks for linking to my Hound Day blog, Bethany.
Jenn's appearance drew record crowds yesterday.
Sounds like y'all have a lot of fun down in the Houston area. We lived in Shreveport for about 26 years and some people consider that East Texas.

Bethany said...

Jeff,

Hey thanks for dropping by!

Not a problem--it was a good post. When I had Kerrelyn Sparks on here I had a record amount of people come through.

Don't be a stranger...got several things planned for this blog...including an "official" book review, my monthly published author interview, and some other plans coming up later this year...there's a lot planned for this blog :-)

Teri Thackston said...

Hi, Bethany,
I was torn between wanting to be a famous writer or a spy. I'm glad I chose the 'write' path for my life!
Teri

Bethany said...

Teri,

Thank you for dropping by.

Maybe you could a spy in one of your stories?
:-)