In my short story, The Engine Driver, the characters hear music in their head in an effort to control their emotions. It’s like an iPod permanently implanted in your brain, with a government controlled playlist and the ability to pause (briefly) by pressing your fingers together. The concept came to me as a “What if…?”…
A Pair of Reader Huzzahs!
Two big “Huzzahs!” today —
First, a longtime freelance client has had her blog mentioned by a national Turkish newspaper! Milliyet wrote to commend Carolyn Snow Abiad for sharing positive things about Turkey with the Western world, particularly in regard to women’s rights. You can read more about Turkey and Carolyn here.
A second “Huzzah!” goes out to blog reader Writer Tessa, who signed with Weronika Janczuk of the D4EO Literary Agency! Quite a nice holiday present indeed!
Congratulations to you both!
(And if you’re a reader with good news to share, shoot me an email so I can celebrate with you!)