I haven't hear rom Talcott Notch again. Is that good or bad?
I spent the day yesterday paong bills. No fun. But I had a few thoughts for the book. Things I want to change around and do and say differently.
I want so badly for this book to show people that these women are real people. They aren't monsters. Even the guilty ones are not what you would expect.
I feel like a failure at times. I cant say it right. I cant explain it in the correct words to make you understand.
Anyway, I do have another idea and I wonder if I should go ahead and begin the new draft or wait for Talcott Notch to get back to me (with their rejection, probably).
I'd like to go and visit Michelle Byrom and Lisa Jo Chamberlan but I dont lmow if I can afford it until ater my house gets built.
How come a but ol' publisher wont give me an advance to travel around and visit with the rest of these gals? That would make things so much easier in my life.
I am writing Randy Wood back today. He is such a nice man. I heard somewhere that the other two men he was convicted with have been excaping and trouble makers the whole time they've been put away. While Randy has sat quietly doing his time. Whats wrong with Texas government?
I may also write Kristi Fulgham. Im just not sure. I dont know about writing so many in the same prison. I dont want a repeat of the Muncy , PA crap. That was a nightmare.
Is there anyone that you'd like to hear rom in particular?
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