Me (in Third Person)


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  1. I found your link on Jane Friedman’s Twitter page and followed the digital path to your blogs.

    I am also writing a memoir and so your tweets caught my attention. I especially enjoyed the above line, “Pauline has always known she was going to be a writer and finally got tired of hearing The Husband ask when she was going to make him rich, so she finally stopped dreaming and started doing.”

    My husband teases me with the same line, “When are you going to make me rich” and a variation, “I need a new truck, you know!” Thank you for brightening my writing day! I look forward to more.

    • JoDee! Nice to meet you and thank you for stopping by the blog. I especially appreciate the comment. Looking forward to seeing you again and good luck on your memoir.

  2. Larissa and Golda, thank you for stopping by to read and for the comments. I really appreciate it!

  3. Anyone that uses the word asshole in the title of their post is someone I want to meet, lol. I love your blog and you crack me up. I’ll be back.


  4. Just wanted to say that I love your blog, and look forward to reading new entries. Thanks for entertaining me!!

  5. you totally crack me up. I’ve just spent way too much time visiting. Must go make supper!

  6. Really great blog you have set up, Pauline. I enjoy your twitters and look forward to following your blog. …margie

  7. I appreciate that. It’s nice to be able to connect with other writers going through the same thing! And I can’t wait to see your blog!

  8. Glad you found me! I’m really enjoying getting to know other writers and wish I had been at this much sooner. I’ll check your blog out, too! Come back again (after supper, of course.)

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