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Do you have an idea you want to share? Want to contact me without everyone else seeing it? Send me a message through this contact form.

BUT, if you just wanted to say hi, or that you enjoy my work, just leave a comment anywhere on my wordpress and I’ll reply to it. Replying to a comment is a hell of a lot easier for me than replying to the contact form, but I do understand there are moments when you want to be secretive, which is why I’m posting this.

26 thoughts on “Contact Me

  1. gabbieannie says:

    Hi my name is Carrie aka Gabbieannie….I have a couple of ideas that I’d like to see put on paper ( air quotes).

    I’d love to see what you can do with them…


  2. Meridian says:

    I’d rather have private 400-comment-long discussions in the middle of the reviews of your chapters. Because REASONS! 😀


    • LOL Obviously! As I said, private conversations are all well and good, but if you want to share something with me, I’d rather see it out here in public where everyone can appreciate our wit (and obvious hilarity). Comment away…you know I love them. 🙂


  3. msbuffy says:

    Duct tapes saves everything & it’s now made to match the color of most cars! Isn’t that a great thing? Then there I was thinking I was the only weirdo who saved the bread twist ties… So happy to know it’ s not just me. I’ve been starting to feel like my grandmother!


    • Hey, if your grandmother saved that kind of stuff, that just means that she was cool like us! 🙂 Also, car-colored duct tape is a great idea. 🙂


      • msbuffy says:

        It kept an old car of mine on the road for years! Hid all the holes and kept the bumper on! LOL! 🙂
        Hope you a great holiday!


      • It seems like the generation from the 20s-40s were really good at fixing things and keeping stuff out of the landfill. If we can be more like them, then more power to us. 🙂 My dad was born in the 1920s and because of that, he raised me to be this crazy frugal/fix everything kind of person. Not a lot of people in my peer group like that, which is why people suck and our planet is going to hell. 🙂 K, I’m done ranting.

        Yep, I survived the last week and feel great about everything that happened. Now I need to sleep for a week. How about you?


      • msbuffy says:

        People born in the 20’s went through the Depression. They knew how to make everything last and they had to be frugal because they had so little. Much of my family was born during the Depression; and all of my grandparents lived through it. Me, I was just very poor with bad credit thanks to my 1st husband. I had to make a 1984 Chevy last as long as possible; the body was shot, but that car ran better than any car I’ve had since. It was really my first car. I had it until 1996 when it needed major exhaust & catalytic converter repairs & I went & financed my first car. I thought I was going to have a nervous breakdown… Red duct tape worked well on that one too!

        This holiday is lasting forever & our Christmas is beginning to feel more like Hannukah every year. There’s somewhere to go & someone to see everyday & I’m ready to hibernate. I’ve got tons of editing to do, but I’ve taken a vacation from it; my hubby’s on vacation until after the new year… Right now I’m hiding out in the Bat Cave so I don’t bash him in the head with the new laptop I bought him. Damn ingrate. I could vent all day & it would do nothing but make me angrier, so I’ll just stop & either start drinking or take a pill like I’m supposed to do… 🙂


      • Oh yes. I’m so with you on the never ending party schedule. Come on! I just want to stay home and sleep…please? Also, I don’t want to cook anything. Ever again. Not sure that’s an option, especially with the hungry savages I share my house with! 😉 I told my husband we should go on vacation next year for the entire week of Christmas and piss off everyone AND make them appreciate me!

        I had a car like that too…the kind you have to position things just so, so it’ll run right! 🙂 I made the mistake of loaning my cars to my brother. He crashed or ruined every single one of them. To this day, I won’t let him drive my cars. Not even for a trip around town. It helps we don’t live in the same town. 🙂 Being really poor certainly gives us perspective, doesn’t it?

        Yep, my dad lived through the depression, and my aunt, who just died a couple of weeks ago was born during the depression. They had the greatest outlook on life, that’s for sure. My dad never could understand why people weren’t happy with what they had. I guess it’s because they’ve never gone without. Not really. It’s just not the same until it hits you personally.


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