August 28th, 2006

the book writing gods came! and they have been great.
i feel so much calmer.
looking forward to a day off.

Aug 28 2006
11:07 pm
Thrusher writes:

This is a great message that I’m glad to hear right now. Thanks!

Aug 29 2006
12:33 am
Jackie writes:

Maira Kalman is an inspiration! I love her children’s books!the stories are fun to read and the illustrations are brilliant.

Aug 29 2006
4:35 am
Baskerville Hound writes:

Dont tell me spam has come to guestbooks now too! how annoying.
I just wanted to thank you Keri- im always discovering fantastic authors and philosophers from your posts :) Im dying to hear more about your new book- cant wait to be able to read it especially since Living Out loud continues to inspire me and generally just makes my mood sweet! You do such amazing work :)

Aug 29 2006
10:27 am
Tami writes:

I’m so happy for you, Keri. I wish you well in your new adventures on my side of this continent. I hope you continued to be inspired as you are so inspiring to so many!
Many happy returns. I know things will turn out beautifully for both of you!

Aug 29 2006
10:41 am
Gayla writes:

Good on ya. And thank you. That’s a terrific quote.

Aug 29 2006
1:21 pm
Robyn writes:

Keri,your blog flows so easily and is such a pleasure to read. Another book is going to be a treat I look forward to. Any clues or hints?

Aug 29 2006
1:56 pm
Tab writes:

I am currently in a creative funk.
A blogger buddy sent me this link.
I am so grateful people like you
share …it is going in my favorites file!
Thank you for sharing ~

Aug 29 2006
4:23 pm
Amy writes:

Yay! Can’t wait to read the new book. Thanks for posting this quote, it came at a great time.

Aug 29 2006
7:00 pm
happy little atom writes:

Whenever I get stuck, I pull out a “Max” book. So thanks for the quote. I’m writing my first novel and, 30,000 words in, I pull a muscle in my shoulder. Ugh! Pain! Despair! Ruined Daily Wordcount! But: the week off has reconnected me with my sketchpad, helped me draw a map of my character’s haunts, brought me back to pen and paper and, most importantly, let me dream. Since getting off the computer, the story is sprouting wings. Isn’t it funny how the writing gods come when you need them the most? (Yeah for your new bookie!)

Aug 29 2006
7:34 pm
Alex writes:

When do we get to hear what your next book is about? Can’t wait!

Aug 29 2006
9:56 pm
Katie writes:

Thanks for the quote – I’m printing it out right now! I plan to put it above my desk so that I can think about it as I struggle with my research… (I’m tend to procrastinate a LOT when I about to embark on something new!)

Aug 30 2006
1:37 am
Michelle writes:

I’m glad for you – and looking forward to hearing more!

Aug 30 2006
3:36 am
m writes:

yay ! Yay ! YAY!

Aug 30 2006
6:27 am
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Aug 30 2006
6:27 am
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Aug 30 2006
12:23 pm
Swirly writes:

Beautiful…exactly what I needed this morning.

Aug 31 2006
4:29 pm
Sabine writes:

What is the interest in something perfect?
The only perfection is imperfection.
As always, you cheer me up Keri. Keep writing.

Sep 1 2006
12:03 pm
kasmira writes:

our class worked for weeks for this group presentation competition against other batches in the school.
we spent nights together
we failed tests together
we got bruises together
we thought we would all lose the competition.
but we won over all the whole school.
we made a million mistakes.
and despite the fact we thought we realy wouldnt make it
we were never discouraged.
we’re all still hung over from the victory.

Sep 1 2006
4:33 pm
kat writes:

the million mistakes thing…mistakes that lead to new creations

Sep 4 2006
2:34 am
KatrineK writes:

Beautiful to read…And I like your blog!

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