Yet another "Kate is a Fraud" Day?

Yep, there're a lot of these days--way too many, if you ask me.
I'm going to go back to work, but first I have to stop for a quick whine about the fact that everyone on the goddamn planet writes better than I do and there's no point in my writing another sentence because it's all crap, crap, crap and I don't know how I managed to fool anyone for more than a minute that this useless shallow nonsense is worth wasting even a single sheet of cheap recycled paper.

Phew.

Now I'll go drink some coffee, eat another chunk of something yummy from my huge pile of Bajram goodies the ladies gave me** (bakalava, borek, smoked chewy mystery meat, pitak, and a few other mysterious sweet things) and then get back to work.

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later on: huh. Remember how I kvetched about Futurelove's first review which was on ecata? Daisy Dexter Dobb pointed out ecata's review of it --the book got 4.5. I don't think it's the same review, either. Weird. But this is me, not complaining, okay?

We are temporarily free of ice around here (in January!?!) I'll take psychodoggy for a walk this evening which is always good for shaking off the last of the stupid Fraud Day sensations.


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**I have to keep that job -- I've grown addicted to Muslim holiday food.

Comments

  1. Hey, hey, hey…I saw that dynamite 4.5-star review you just received from eCataRomance for Futurelove, missy, so quit your unwarranted whining and get back to work writing! LOL

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  2. Yo. Chill. And send me the Baklava.

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  3. And send me the borek.

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  4. How do you think I feel? I really do write better than anyone else on the planet, but I can't get (hardly) any magazine editors to agree with me.

    Pearls before swine, I say!

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  5. Um, what's borek?

    Okay, okay, I'll google it.

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  6. I'm willing to mud wrestle ferfelabat for the baklava. I can't get enough of the stuff with a cup of turkish coffee...heaven! How can you think you're a fraud with baklava in the house? I cannot think period when the gooey deliciousness is near me.

    We'll not even get into the topic of how you can think you're a fraud at all.

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  7. Kate:

    I think every writer feels like a fraud at least once a day. At least, I do. I think everybody feels like eating baklava at least once a day, too. At least I do.

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  8. Oh - psychodoggy! My mom has one like that - he bites Everyone, including my mother and small children. Cars have hit it, it's fallen into the lake - and still it lives. And its name?
    Angel.
    Talk about an oxymoron.

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