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Bleurgh-y.

My husband is not much of a reader, one book a year is about his limit, plus a couple of wrestling magazines and graphic novels and a gazillion reprts on dementia and elders. He is smart as anything, a fabulous musician, an expert in his field, just not into reading for fun. Anyway, he looked at a couple of bits I have written recently and said ‘There’s a definite theme to everything you write,” which instantly had me intrigued. I’d love to know what my recurrent theme is.
He said “It’s like here’s a gorgeous juicy apple, oh, but wait, it’s full of maggots!”

Oh.

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  1. Hello Sara. I worked hard to produce this comment… I remembered reading two of your short stories a few weeks back and thought this was a chance to say how much I enjoyed them. But I needed to know where I had found them, and that proved difficult. While reading the archives, I recognised “pulp.net” and eventually found the stories again. May I suggest a new link in your sidebar?I read and enjoy all your posts, even if I don’t always comment. Itis good to read that you are enjoying your MAC and look forward to see a lot more of your writing.

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  2. Hello pierre, well how kind of you to say that you liked my stories, thank you, especially considering the effort you had to make to re-find them!I think the reason I originally didn’t link was because I wanted to hide my on-line self from real life people, work colleagues, playground mums and so on. People can find me easily enough now tho’, so it’s a good idea of yours. Will get right onto it!Oh, and yes, I love my Mac very much.Thanks for taking the time.

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  3. … and we even get the third story I read about but couldn’t find yesterday. Thank you very much indeed, and good luck with the writing and getting things published!

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  4. I actually think that’s the juicy but maggotty apple is a great thing to say. I love things like that (metaphorically speaking. I don’t actually like larvae-infested fruit.) I’d be well complemented, it’s like being the literary equivalent of a David Lynch film.

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  5. I think I’d take that as a compliment. Better than “Here’s an apple… oh look, it’s still just an apple…” :)I hope that makes sense. *This* is why I’m not a writer.

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  6. Oh hi… I changed my weblog address again, by the way. It’s emmasyrup now. I keep getting stalked…

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