Wednesday, January 18, 2012



When I lived in Valdosta, Georgia, I was in the second grade, and I can still remember dressing up for Halloween. I was a princess, but the thing that made me feel superior in my costume was the pale blue half slip my mother let me wear over the dress. No one would be lovelier than me, I thought. What I didn't realize was that people were probably wondering why I was wearing my mother's underwear, because that's what it was. In fact, I think I even remember one of my friends making a comment to that effect. From then on, I really didn't care what people thought of me. I knew I was going to do what I thought was best for me, and I have. I'm thinking of all you reading this and I wanted to tell you that now, today, if you want to write a book, the last wall has been torn down. You can become a writer and publish a book simply by going to and follow the yellow brick road. They used to charge a fee for you to get the most royalties from your work, but as of today, the playing field has been leveled. This means that if you really want to write a book, there's absolutely nothing stopping you. Of course, you may want invest in a good editor, and that will cost you something, but the rewards are so worth it! You don't have to play dress up any longer. You can become the lovely author or anything else you've dreamed about.

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