You've been invited to read and review some "kelligraphy" by hopeful novelist, Kelly Crew.
After years of being encouraged to try my hand at writing professionally - literally since I was a child - I've finally settled down on a book idea - one that's actually become more than just a concept - called The Whore of Scrabylon.
It's not Pulitzer Prize stuff but it's fun, so I hope you find yourself laughing more than yawning. From constructive criticism to gushing praise, all types of input are welcome and appreciated.
Make sure to scroll all the way down, since the pages are long, and look for any links to interior pages so you will have a comprehensive view of the projects.
Your opinions will make the project better, so please let loose your "Inner Editor" and respond via email by clicking on the links on each page of the site.
Thanks so much,
CLICK the pin-up for a list of my favorite novels.
Includes books from childhood, women's literature, science fiction, the "classics" and myriad others.
A Novel IdeA
CLICK on the stack of books to the left to see ideas for future projects in myriad genres: Young Adult, Science Fiction, Women's Fiction, Mystery & Suspense, Biographical, Fictionalized “True” Stories and Real People in Historical Fiction.
Judging a book by its cover
This is my favorite cover, probably because the girl looks a lot like me when I was in college and (Lord knows) "Vanity, thy name is Kelly!"
However, I don't think it would have enough "mass market appeal" so I'm sure a publishing house would never choose it. I designed some other, more market friendly covers so CLICK on this one to visit that page and vote for your favorite, thanks!
BTW: the truth is, I'll let them choose any old cover that want, if someone is actually interested in publishing it. This is a lot of fun, but I want to sell books, not make a social statement!
A Butt Head came up with scrabble
In 1938, architect Alfred Mosher Butts created a word game called Lexico. Click the game box for history and fun facts.
Dressing for Success
CLICK on the CyberSlut to visit the
FASHION PAGE to see images of the
famous dresses and film costumes copied by
Hollywood Dresses, the fictional business
owned by Jess Belardino, the heroine of Scrabylon.
Lifestyles of the Large, Luscious & Literary
Click below to visit & read my blog
Click the pin-up below to email me. I'd love to have your feedback on the site,
my story ideas and your constructive criticism, thanks!