Removing ice from a driveway is potentially hazardous. When that driveway has a sharp incline, the danger increases… as my broken, braced wrist adequately demonstrates. (Lesson: throwing your arm down to absorb impact only works if your whole arm, not merely a hand and wrist, contacts the ground.)
As a direct result, a short post this time. And it’s a challenge.
Jen and I have moved into our new house and that means I’m moving books. I’m again discovering just how much I have, and I want to share some of it. Here’s how I plan to do it.
I want people to tell me one or more ways Storytellers Unplugged has helped them in the past year. Anyone’s column(s), on any topic. What advice or insight have you received that has made a positive difference in your work?
Post in response to this. Winners will get books, mailed for free to anywhere in the world. At least one winner will be chosen by me in each of two categories: published and unpublished. Published is for anyone who had been published by a paying market prior to the beginning of 2010.
Books will be given out depending on how many entries are received. The winners (if there are a bunch of responses, there will be many winners) will be offered their choice from five to ten items, worth anywhere from $10-$100. Winners will be announced in next month’s column, and entries are encouraged all the way up to midnight of March 10.
It’s February, and it’s near Valentine’s Day. Time to share some love. Please be encouraged to repost this or link to it.