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I am a part-time author of dollarbinhorror.blogspot.com...short story and novel writer. I've found true love with the one I love.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Stardate 0417.10

So....the Penguins FINALLY found the d-groove last night...2-1 over the Sens..Irony...the last three playoff games the Pens have won have been by said final score

Promotional Consideration For by the Following...
Hard as it may seem, this blog is sponsored by not one by now two entities...first off it's houseofhill.org...At houseofhill, we love collectors as much as Eric loves a 2-1 Penguins playoff victory (Note From Eric: 3x in a row, bay-bee!!!) We have gorgeous quilts in all sizes made bu D and E out of Montana.  Visitors will also love the hand-painted glass created by Raenell Ascetta of Bellissimo, a very talented artist from Florida who will sign each and every one of her items. Houseofhill.org, THE Site for THE Discriminating Collector.

hillssuperstore.com is my 2nd sponsor of Another Decent Into...Dedicated to the model train community,We feature highly collectible model trains along with many hard to find model trains. The model train enthusiast will also be able to find many unique items for their layout. In addition, Pinewood Derby supplies are also avaliable. hillssuperstore.com

Another Decent Into...

My Breakfast With Jennifer DeLucy-
*In James Lipton voice* For many, many years, the fiction novel has been considered a dead artform. It is a tragic assumption as there are many talented people out there in the world who produce quality works of literature. My next guest is such an example.

Hailing from Northern Pennsylvania(a great state to hail from, btw..ehhem...),she developed an obsession with all things literary and musical thanks to the influence of an extremely creative family. Before moving to the Midwest to study English in 2002, she trained in vocal performance and had her first taste of literary work as an editor for a local social organization. Today, she works for the University of Missouri and is also a Developmental Editor for Omnific Publishing.

Ladies and Gentleman, it is my privilege to welcome to my blog, Seers of Light author...

Jennifer DeLucy

1. Let's talk about the imagination that lurks within Jennifer DeLucy. Do your ideas come to you or do you go out searching for them?

So far, I've written about topics that I'm just inately interested in, (i.e. the supernatural, paranormal, eastern philosophy.) The great majority of the philosophy and ideas in my first book (soon to be a series) came from things that I'd absorbed and taken to heart over the years from reading and spiritual study.

2. At what point in your life did you choose the path of writing?
I've wanted to write since I was old enough to understand the concept--that and singing were my two great loves and still are. Really, I'd say my whole life so far has been a journey to do the things I love. I was born wanting to do these things.

3. What book have you read and wished "Damn, I wish I wrote that."?
Oooooh, now that is a hard one. But I'd have to go with The Five People You Meet in Heaven, by Mitch Albom. The ideas behind that novel are so inspiring and hopeful and it really leaves the reader with a sense of peace that everything has a purpose, everything will be okay.

4. Can you explain to a non-Twilight fan such as myself the appeal of the series?
HAH! The Twilight Series, huh? I think those books appeal more to women than men, anyway, but if I'm being honest, I think people tend to be more attracted to the unresolved sexual tension in the books than anything else. Not so sure they'd have been as popular as they are if the main characters had just stopped torturing themselves and done the deed.

5. How do you temper the real world with the Jennifer DeLucy world?
Good question, because it's a constant balancing act. You have to keep your head in the fantasy of a story long enough to do it justice, all the while dealing with the fact that, in real life, you can't see the end of the story, you can't control the plot yourself, and that can be disillusioning. But, family and trusted friends help with that aspect, help to keep you grounded. I do think it's important to believe in magic, though...

Thank you Ms.DeLucy, I look forward to your upcoming sequel.

My Misspent Youth...
Next post, I will be featuring yet another new series, this one entitled, Eric's Post 21-Century Dream. In it, I will be discussing my favorite living period in my life thus far, the years 1987-1991. I will put my teenage years, zits and all, to above ground exposure. It should be interesting.

If you would like to be interviewed for My Breakfast With... shoot me an email at redpenguin24_m@yahoo.com I'm looking for people. Being alive is your only requirement.

1 comment:

  1. In reference to Jennifer's interview. I just wanted you to know that I loved her interview. It was very insightful. I too love anything paranormal or supernatural. I have always said, and will say again: The world of the supernatural exists all around us and within us. I say "within us" because anyone can witness the supernatural or the paranormal if they just stop to listen or open their eyes. Sadly, this fast-paced world that we live in tends to shut-down our inner senses.

    In the past many have made the comment to me, "Angie, I wish that I could hear like you can hear. Will you teach me?"... My response to them is always that they already know how to hear, it is just a matter of opening that door within themselves. Yes, it helps to have a mentor to guide you through the process. But no one can interpret the way you see or hear, this comes from deep inside you. They can give you ideas on what something means, but they can never give you the exact meaning.

    I apologize for the long explanation, but Jennifer's words helped inspire them.

    *steps down off her soap box* lol