Who’s Vern? Who’s Daddy? Whatcha doing? Nothing!

Who’s Vern?  Who’s Daddy? Whatcha doing? Nothing!

Well, in reality they are characters.  Vern is the adult daughter of Daddy.  She lives and takes care of him.  Daddy is a retired United States Army noncommissioned officer. They live in New Jersey, just outside Fort Dix.   Since the birth of my blog I have created these characters.  They are developing.  I do not write short stories about them, because there is a lack of change.  Instead, I write about incidents in their lives. I have begun the scraps of a short story that one day could be published as a novel (to any potential publishers or agents reading). 

Whatcha doing? Nothing! This dialogue is from two numb nuts (silly friends).  Yes, we have all seen these random types of people in the store, clubs, park, gym and everywhere else.  These are two friends that just like to give each other a hard time.

 My goal in creating all these characters was for simple enjoyment. I am a creative writer. I am not a chef, seamstress, editor or sports writer.  I have attempted all avenues of writing and well truth is I am just a creative writer. 

I have written a coming of age novel with a female audience in mind.  It is ready to be published but most publishers won’t take chances anymore.  I am sending out my manuscript one agent at a time. I have only sent it to three because the response time has increased with more people wanting to be published.  I am waiting for my call or email from an agent or publisher that will just give me one chance. I also have a second novel that is a romance, but I am going to rewrite it to fix and clichés. 

While I am blogging to create an audience I am also putting together new stories for contests. I have just entered in one for Writer’s Digest and another for Reader’s Digest.  I am also trying to figure out how to use Final Chapter the script writing software.  I just thought maybe, maybe if the publishing business is not willing to give me a chance then someone in the film industry will.

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