Sites with blades flying at me and in my face script, (oh, yeah) are my new source of inspiration. See ya, soon.
Those specialists using interesting words like bloviate or fuliguline, well… I will be back for help. I have tons of questions, about both.
The butt kickers write with a GET HER DONE attitude. They don't pause at swear words, and their sidebars mean business. I’ll stop by for motivation, promise.
Then there are the quiet sites, where I gab about life. Home.
Like it or not, voice shines through in our choices. I reserve the right to change my opinion as I get to know my new friends, but first impressions count, like it or not.
Got me thinking... How do others see me? I've been called witty three times. I don't even know what that means. Does it mean almost funny?
I love telling stories, it’s my favourite thing, and I don’t mind sharing my experiences as a writer. I just finished my eleventh book. I must have learnt something, right? They took research, and focus. (I generally do several things at a time, a little quirk I can’t break. Even as I write this, I'm listening to music, copying a newsletter, and eating a cookie I baked.)
I wrote this piece as part of a challenge, and something I wrote is an outright lie. Sorry, I don't normally lie. I might stretch the truth for flare, a habit others find annoying, but I am a storyteller, after all.
What is the lie?