Help me with your experience... - page 2

In my spare time (what spare time?), I write. A little. 10 years ago, I wrote a book (took me more than a year) and got some very nice rejection slips, but never was published; the rework it needed... Read More

  1. by   angelbear
    I like the life long dealing with it idea. Though not wc bound my son is mentally and physically disabled and believe me there are all kinds of angles people dont usually think of in dealing with these things. Good Luck in your writing. The more realistic the better I think
  2. by   delirium
    I write very self-absorbed, introverted, first person, angst-ridden, disturbing stuff.
    It is my goal to make my reader uncomfortable in some way. I'm usually successful at that.
    My current project is a series of vignettes reflecting the inner thought processes and external actions of a range of people from the slightly pedophilic to the frankly psychotic.
    My chief influences are Barry Gifford and Bret Easton Ellis. I don't write like a girl at all.... I write as starkly as possible, with few superfluous words and/or descriptions.
  3. by   researchrabbit
    Angel, I PMd you.

    Reb, your writing sounds fascinating. Are your works available for reading?
  4. by   delirium
    I might be able to rustle something up for ya, if you're in the mood to be punished.
  5. by   Mattigan
    Originally posted by researchrabbit
    . I will have to look at the progressive infantile spinal muscular atrophy; that's one I've never even heard of.

    Life expectancy in infantile SMA is infancy. It progress quickly to respiratory muscles and causes death.I have had several patients over the last 25 years with this.
    Last edit by Mattigan on Feb 10, '03
  6. by   researchrabbit
    I guess that one's out then (thanks Mattigan).

    Reb, punish away! (from the way you write your posts I bet there's no punishment involved; just very good writing)