Thursday, June 1, 2006

What would it take

What would it take to make you stop writing?  Just wondering. I have no intention of stopping, nor do I have any idea what it would take to get me to stop. 

Just finished The Lust Lizard of Melancoly Cove by Christopher Moore.  Have reviewed two of his books here before: Lamb and Fluke.  Liked em both, BUT Fluke stunned me.  Changed genre in mid-story.  Started as science, about whales and dolphins, and suddenly shifted to science fiction. Once I understood what I was reading, I was all right.  Lamb is fantasy...what Jesus youthful life migt have been like.  Lust Lizard also fantasy, but you can sort of tell that going in.  

5 comments:

garnett109 said...

a death in the family had me down for a few day's , I also have gluacoma so if I I do go blind that would do it!

jckfrstross said...

:)

Deb

mavarin said...

I think nothing short of death would stop my writing entirely at this point - and maybe not even that! - Karen

hewasolddog299 said...

Either a stroke or a CVA that rendered me unable to process language, or death. Now, as to what would stop me writing for publication? Any lottery win over a couple million bucks...

wil

http://dailysnooze.blogspot.com/

monponsett said...

Tell me there's at least one chapter in Lamb where Jesus doesn't want to but has to kick somebody's butt, and I'll buy 10 copies.