Brian Laundrie’s remains found according to news
and why writers should be paying attention to it. Hey everybody, welcome back to the blog. Today, I found that yet again the story about Brian Laundrie is the main news story. It’s because they believe they may have found his remains. This, my friends, may be the most sad news story of all news stories in the news today. Why sad, you ask angrily? Well, let me explain… You see, this couple, Brian and Gabby were high school sweethearts. They were traveling together, and something happened to them and the relationship that was unexpected and unwarranted. Because Brian may
Resurrect the WOOLLY MAMMOTH!!!
Resurrect them, I say! And how that statement pertains to my writing life 🙂 So, you have likely, by now, heard about the scientists who are trying to bring back the woolly mammoths from extinction. They left our world around 1700 BC although some people have timed it at 10,000 years ago. And they want to bring it back, because, well, why not? We need to resurrect these behemoths to reverse global warming. Or so they say… But–you ask–what has that to do with your writing, Kim Smith? Everything. And nothing. I mean, come on…there are so many dead tropes
Writer Groupie Episode 39 Interview with Janie Franz
Welcome Groupies! This is the interview I have been promising you for a while. Due to lack of internet for a solid week, I got behind in posting, so you are getting it now. Two podcasts in one week! This is a very good thing, so I hope you enjoy it! **Remember to listen to the audio only version of the podcast for the latest info on Writer Groupie, my work, and info from the writing industry. Tips and tools you will use for producing your own work. I don’t include the audio intro on the video. ** Don’t forget–you