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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Groundhog Day?


No, you're not stuck in some version of Blogoversal Studio's Groundhog Day; but yesterday's interview with Harvey Stanbrough was just too good to let go of just yet.

Soooooo, if you missed it, please scroll down and read it now. You'll be glad you did.
See ya tomorrow!

19 comments:

Eileen Astels Watson said...

That is one plump groundhog!!

Jody Hedlund said...

GREAT interview! I always just love hearing how other authors work!

Eric said...

Wow that's a huge groundhog. Groundhog treadmill time maybe?

jinksy said...

I, for one, could read it again, and again, and again...
Oops, my needle stuck...

Angie Ledbetter said...

Eileen, maybe he's Cajun/Italian like me. :)

Ditto me, Jody.

LOL, Eric. He's fat 'n happy.

jinksy, me too. I gotta go to Harvey's site and get me some'a dem freebies, sha. :)

Stephanie Faris said...

You had me for a second...I had this momentary lapse where I was thinking...is it February? Wow, I must be tired. :-)

Melissa Marsh said...

Haha - took me a moment to get the reference to "Groundhog Day." Man, I love that movie!

Carrie Wilson Link said...

I agree, it deserves a double dip.

Kathryn Magendie said...

I agree! :-)

Midlife Jobhunter said...

Indeed a great interview. Great advice regarding critique groups, butt in chair, and getting stuck in editing mode.

Will check out his site and work.

Suzanne said...

Even better the second time around!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Stephanie, same kinda stuff happens to me. Catch a nap and then more coffee. It helps. :)

Ditto me, Melissa.

Why thanks, Carrie & Kathryn.

Midlife: I think you'll enjoy the browse!

Suzanne...kinda like meatloaf sandwiches but without the calories? :)

Cheffie-Mom said...

What a round groundhog! LOL!

Deb Shucka said...

Jeez, you scared me. I thought it was February and I'd lost six months.

Marguerite said...

Actually, I'm glad that you gave this interview 2 days, Angie. I would like to read more. Didn't know that you were Cajun/Italian. Great combo and just one more wonderful thing about you!! :)

Angie Ledbetter said...

Cheffie, he does look well fed, doesn't he?

Consider that a little gift of time from me to you, Deb. :)

Marguerite - I'm really a mutt myself. Born & raised here in B.R., maiden name DiBenedetto, with some Cajun, Indian, German, Scotch Irish...um, you name it. (Enjoyed your yankee company post!)

Joanna Jenkins said...

Fantastic interview. Thank you.

This is my first visit to you blog. nice to meet you. I'll be back again soon.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Joanna - Thanks for coming by. I'm coming to your blog next.

Fragrant Liar said...

That's one chubby furball.

Great interview with Stanbrough! Excellent advice, especially about the butt-in-chair and critique groups. Makes me want to go sit at my laptop and finish rewriting this pesky chapter that's been hanging over my head.

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