Friday, September 25, 2009

Saying hi across the interverse

Just a quick note to say hi to any Blogoffee visitors. Hosted friday (UK) time by Nicola Morgan at her blog Help!I need a publisher - go visit and check out some other blogs. I've been over to Thomas Taylors place, Cat Down Unders and Ebony McKenna's. Its fun to visit overseas :)You never know what you might find and who can say no to making new friends. I keep a list of my recent favs down the right hand side of my blog. I have virtual coffee, chocolate and champers available (sorry I finished all the real stuff). There are few things as good as a chat about writing over a drink (hot or cold). I raise my coffee to you all and wish you good fortune with your writing.


Nicola Morgan said...

Hi Melinda - it's now Saturday morning here too and I'm just tidying up after the blog party! Nice to see you and now I'm off to read your blog. Good luck with your writing!

Thomas Taylor said...

Hello, Melinda. Many thanks for the mention in this post and for visiting my blog.

The Were-Nana looks fun! You know, your the first person I have spoken to who is writing for both young children and the 9-12/MG age band. This is what I aspire to do. Do you find an identity clash? Personally, I've even wondered about adopting a pen-name for older fiction. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this when (and if) you have the time.

Kate said...


Just saying hello from the coffee morning - sorry it took me a little while to arrive!

Kate x

Sarah said...

Hi Melinda,

I'm a latecomer from Nicola's caffeine-drenched party as well. I have to agree with Thomas: Were-Nana looks great. I wonder if I could get my hands on a copy here in the States...

Melinda Szymanik said...
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Melinda Szymanik said...

Hi folks

really glad you made it down here to New Zealand - very nice to meet you all. Blog travel is so much quicker, don't you think?

Sarah at the moment The Were-Nana can be bought from online,%20The%20(NOT%20a%20Bedtime%20Story)&c=CHLPB