Even a crummy day can be saved when you can find something to laugh about. Try writing something clever about yourself in ‘the third person’.
Debra E. Marvin tries not to run too far from real life but the imagination born out of being an only child has a powerful draw. Besides, the voices in her head tend to agree with all the sensible things she says. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Sisters in Crime, a judge for the Grace Awards for Fiction, and serves on the board of Bridges Ministry in Seneca Falls, NY. She is published with WhiteFire Publishing, Forget Me Not Romances, and contracted with Journey Fiction and Barbour Publishing. Debra works as a program assistant at Cornell University, and enjoys her family and grandchildren, obsessively buying fabric, watching British programming, and traveling with her childhood friends.
Now, for all this junk I have to carry around with me:
These sunglasses are the most bling you’ll see me in.
Uplifting? Thought Of The Day:
Every author, however modest, keeps a most outrageous vanity chained like a madman in the padded cell of his breast.
–Logan Pearsall Smith